Video: Windows Mobile And Bing Navigation

Video: Windows Mobile And Bing Navigation

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Whenever traveling to other cities for business I always print off a list of address, phone numbers, etc. On this latest trip to Atlanta however I decided to forego this practice and put the Microsoft mobile experience to the test. I made a conscious decision to rely completely on the integrated backend systems that combine web services with Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint combined with their surfacing of information through my HTC Ozone Windows Phone on the Verizon Network. Toss in the stellar GPS capabilities of the device and this latest business trip I was living the mobile dream. In this episode of Michael on the Go I demonstrate how all this took place.

- Michael Gannotti is a Portals Technology Specialist for Microsoft and the author of the blog SocialMedia Talk.

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  • xebec
    9 Posts

    With the new update to 5.0, navagation is no longer a possiblity.

  • Hey Sean,

    It was the 6 but even then was pretty impressive with it's performance... not that I would know by driving fast or anything... ;-)

    The whole trip was pretty cool using my Mobile device as pretty much my be all, end all, for communications, navigation, etc. I also did a follow-up piece on my blog titled "Living The Mobile Dream" socialmedia.mikegannotti.com/.../Post.aspx

  • SeanW
    1 Posts

    out standing and a good intro to the Bing offerings I did not know about the sweet integration with Exchange as well I need to look more in to that

    was the Camaro the 6 or the V8