WPCentral posted up about their interview with the VP of Location & Commerce at Nokia, Thom Brenner, along with Pino Bonetti, a Nokia Conversations writer. They asked about the future of Nokia’s location services, which seems fitting as that is constantly being pushed as the differentiating factor on WP.
Reportedly, Nokia’s mapping technology powers “four out of five cars” on the road, along with services from Flickr, Yahoo and Microsoft. WP8 will be seeing the platform expand, especially since it overtakes Bing as the integrated mapping solution on the OS.
WPCentral go extremely in-depth with their post, and if you have 10 mins, I suggest giving it a read over.
Cheers Viktor Von D for the tip!