Nokia is slated to talk about developing for Windows Phone at AT&T's CES developer conference

Nokia is slated to talk about developing for Windows Phone at AT&T's CES developer conference
By now, we have a good indication that Nokia is planning on something big for AT&T, which is evident by the numerous leaks of the Nokia Lumia 900 (Ace) we’ve been seeing in the last week. Furthering the notion that AT&T and Nokia are about to embark on a newfound relationship, the Finnish company is actually slated to be a part of AT&T’s upcoming developer summit at CES.

Interestingly enough, Nokia will be hosting a session that focuses around developing Windows Phone apps – top ones actually, as opposed to something that’s watered down. Specifically, Nokia’s presence is going to happen on Monday, January 9th from 2:30 PM to 3:15PM at the Palm’s Casino Resort where the conference is being held. From the sound of it all, Nokia will be talking about the following:

All in all, Nokia’s presence at this AT&T summit does indicate that the two are more than likely thinking big, and of course, all eyes are pointing on that snazzy Nokia Lumia 900 at this point. This is clearly concrete evidence that show their commitment to one another, so we’ll be expecting to hear more in the coming days around it.

via Neowin & WMPoweruser



2. snowgator

Posts: 3630; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Okay, I was really bummed by all the poor sales numbers last week. But there has been some real great news ever since. I am so happy Nokia is onboard with WP. They can really drive this bus. I really like Samsung and HTC products, but Nokia is a different beast. I am so looking ahead to WP8. Saving my dimes now to buy something outright this summer if needs be.......

1. alpinejason

Posts: 262; Member since: Sep 06, 2011

hell yeah.go nokia!!!!!!always loved nokia best phones hardware maybe not software.welcome back

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