Nokia is no stranger to taking pot shots at rivals for their Lumia phones or services when they can, now they've taken the opportunity to take a shot at Apple for their faulty maps service on Twitter.
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Nokia has announced that Microsoft will be acquiring the company's Devices and Services business, along with licensing Nokia's patents, and the license and use of Nokia's mapping services.
Nokia has updated its Nokia Maps Windows Phone app to version 3.0, which adds some new features to the app made especially for Nokia's Lumia lineup of Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
In a new blog post, Nokia takes some pot shots against both Google Maps and the new iOS 6 Map app from Apple, with some help from a very long infographic image.
Following recent announcements from Apple and Google of 3D mapping services, it appears Microsoft will be joining the party by announcing a 3D mapping system for Windows Phone devices.
Microsoft's Bing Maps are now using the traffic and geocoding information provided by Nokia via their Nokia Map application as part of the two companies' continuing collaboration.
Nokia has announced that owners of its Lumia line of Windows Phone-based smartphones can now update three of Nokia's exclusive apps for those devices; Nokia Maps, Nokia Drive and Nokia Transport.
Microsoft has announced that it has unified the design of its Bing Maps service with that of Nokia's own map utility, creating a simplified design for both online mapping services.
Screenshots have been leaked out showing a planned release of Nokia Maps, an upcoming Windows Phone 7 app that could be an exclusive for Nokia's own WP7-based devices.