Photosynth Windows Phone App Tested; Windows Server 8 Beta on March 1

In just couple of days, Windows 8 will be in the hands of the public for beta testign, Microsoft will be signing off on the Windows 8 Consumer Preview build number 8250.The release is expected to happen at the company's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona at 3 p.m. CET (9 a.m. ET).Microsoft will be […]

In just couple of days, Windows 8 will be in the hands of the public for beta testign, Microsoft will be signing off on the Windows 8 Consumer Preview build number 8250.

The release is expected to happen at the company's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona at 3 p.m. CET (9 a.m. ET).

Microsoft will be releasing the Windows Server 8 Beta on March 1:

Windows Server 8 Beta on March 1

Microsoft's Bing team is actively developing the Photosynth app for Windows Phone, with a build compiled as recent as last Monday, according to a report from Rodrigo of Gemind, a set of test panoramas recently uploaded onto the Photosynth website that appears to have been taken with various Windows Phones including Nokia Lumia 800, Samsung Focus, HTC Radar and HTC HD7.

PhotoSynth Windows Phone App

Gemind posted a screenshot taken by using the Lumia 800, and also found a synth image on the Photosynth website that showed references to a Photosynth for Windows Phone build -- the blurry text, the image reads:

AugmentedReality PhotosynthWP_Main Build
PhotosynthWP_Main_20120214.4 Pass

However, there is still no clue on when this app will be released to Marketplace.


PhotoSynth App for Windows Phone