If Nokia has more Windows Phone 8 devices up its sleeves is not clear. Nokia has already announced yesterday a music streaming service for the US ahead of the Nokia World 2012.
Nokia will stream the Windows Phone 8 event live on the web. You can access the Nokia World 2012 webcast here. Streaming will start at 10am Eastern. The webcast requires Microsoft Silverlight.
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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop took the stage at the Nokia World 2012 event. The webcast is though a major failure as it is offering no sound and the video is flickering. Access it here. We are back to following the event via live blogs like on The Verge.
Sep 5 2012, 9:07am CDT
Nokia Windows Phone 8 Event starts in 20 minutes
Watch the Nokia World 2012 event live on the web starting at 10am ET. Access the Nokia webcast here.
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