Bing on WinMo Now Tells You Where to Go
May 11, 2010, 12:40 PM by Philip Berne
Microsoft has added a free turn-by-turn navigation feature to its Bing searchable maps application on Windows Mobile phones. WinMo phones on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint should all be able to download the bing app from m.bing.com and take advantage of the new features. According to a post on the official Bing community blog, the new navigation software takes advantage of Microsoft's Tellme team for lifelike voice instructions.
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'Bing on WinMo'
will google follow suit?
Why not on Verizon?
I find it strange that this feature will be enabled on Window mobile phones on AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile but not Verizon. Does anyone know why?
I have the HTC Touch Pro 2 on Verizon Wireless and I can co...
Microsoft trying to make a comeback
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