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Maps4News licenses HERE Maps and its software platform

  HERE has got one more partnership to showcase. Maps4News, an easy-to-use map service for editors and journalists to create mapping content for editorial platforms like newspapers and magazines, has licensed HERE Maps and its software platform. Maps4News is already working with more than 100 publications worldwide. It has licensed HERE maps

Fitbit gets major update. First ever voice- assistant intergation on any platform.

Fitbit app for windows phone has received a major update. The update brings integration with Cortana which  is first for any platform (voice-assistant integration). It also brings many other new features. Changelog: - Challenges - Cortana Beta - New in-app Cortana experience - Food Logging - Setting Alarms - MobileTrack - Track your steps using Motion Data on supported Lumia devices - Push

Shared platform, Shared Blue apps, Cross-platform tiles. Details emerge about Windows platform unification.

More leaks emerge and they highlight how Microsoft plans to unify or converge Windows RT and Windows Phone 8.1 going forward. It starts with convergence of apps and shared resources to target apps for various form-factors. Shared platform for rendering right app to right form-factor Blue Shares Apps designed once will serve

POV: Recent apps inflow, promo ads and Telefonica deal confirms MS’s long-term commitment and momentum of WP eco-system.

[embedit snippet="adversal5"] A part of tech and Financial news media specialises in writing negative stories about Nokia, MS and obviously the WP Eco-syetem. I am not exaggerating, try searching on web and you will see big names writing stuff against the above three entities, which can be termed as "baseless" and

With Asha 501 Nokia launches “Nokia Asha Platform”. Expects to sell 100 million smartphones based on this platform in 2 years.

If you have gone through our Live coverage of today's event, You will know that Asha 501 runs on a new OS platform known as "Nokia Asha Platform" which is based on "Smarterphone OS", Nokia acquired long time back. Nokia has also mentioned that a 2G smartphone, Asha 501 is the first of many devices

Nokia “HERE” review by Gearburn. “A mapping app Apple would die for”.

Nokia has just introduced next step forward for their Location services and have named it "Here" maps. In their own words, HERE, the world’s first location cloud that delivers a location platform, location content and location apps across any screen and any operating system. They have also introduced LiveSight, a technology based on