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Windows Phone just published an awesome video you have to watch. iPhone users and Samsung users go at it during a wedding. Don’t fight. Switch to Lumia.
Nokia uploaded a video today showing why recording artist Dawn Richard decided to switch to the Nokia Lumia 920. The problem? Her Twitter account shows a different story.
Stephen Elop threw an iPhone on live TV. The Nokia CEO calmly dodged questions about the unannounced Nokia Lumia 928 but when the interviewer showed his iPhone, Elop said, “Let me take care of that for you,” and threw it on the floor. There was a loud thud too. Watch the video after the jump.
If you’re not happy with Apple Maps on the new iOS 6 for iPhone and iPad, you can try Nokia Maps. You can now get it in full screen too. Officially, it’s currently a web app that needs the web browser. The address bar and the navigation tab take up space on the screen.
According to a recent CNN article, Nokia is privately dispensing cash to developers to make apps for Windows Phone. They’re also offering incentives like pre-installing developers’ software on upcoming phones and marketing their products. CNN says such payments from phone manufacturers are unusual.
A prison guard at Folsom told Boing Boing co-editor Xeni Jardin that the iPhone isn’t the preferred cellphone to smuggle in. According to the guard, the iPhone “takes too much real estate.” A commenter thought of a couple of Nokia phones that might have more efficient use of smuggling space.
September. That’s when the next iPhone is rumored to come out. It’s also when industry sources claim HTC, Samsung and LG will launch the first Mango-based Windows smartphones. Nokia CEO Stephen Elop wants to release the first Nokia Windows Phone this year. Long-time Nokia fans probably assume December 31st, 2011 because Nokia has been really slow to act lately.
Nokia Maps was released as a web app last week. Devices with HTML5 browsers can use it. That means iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with iOS4 or Android phones with Android 2.2 and Android 2.3. I made a video to show you how it looks on the iPhone 4.
Cult of Mac editor John Brownlee wrote he doesn’t need an iPhone anymore. He loves his new phone, the Nokia C3. He admitted that the C3 is a “pretty big step down from any iPhone,” and the device just sucks at Twitter, Facebook, browsing the web, and more. The reason he loves the Nokia C3 is that he does all of that stuff on his iPad. Point of the story? If you have an iPad, ditch the iPhone and get a cheap Nokia phone…