Free Nokia Lumia 900 on Pinterest; Recap of Windows Phone Free-Time Machine Events

Microsoft posted a recap of its Free-Time Machine events across the U.S. celebrating AT&T's launch of the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II. The company also gave away a ton of cool prizes, and celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian, showed people how Windows Phone saves time by finishing everyday tasks faster.In additon, Microsoft is giving […]

Nokia Lumia 900 Free-Time Machine events recap

Microsoft posted a recap of its Free-Time Machine events across the U.S. celebrating AT&T's launch of the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II.

The company also gave away a ton of cool prizes, and celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian, showed people how Windows Phone saves time by finishing everyday tasks faster.

In additon, Microsoft is giving away 200,000 instant prizes and a trip for four to Hawaii on our Free-Time Machine website through May 31.

Alos, Microsoft is giving a free Nokia Lumia 900 on Pinterest. The contest, kicked off at 12:01 PM Pacific on April 9th, and is open only to U.S. residents and ends on Saturday, April 14.

Here's how to enter:

  1. Sign in to your Pinterest account. (If you don't have one, request an invitation to register for a free account.)
  2. Re-pin this Nokia Lumia 900 shot, creating a board that expresses what you'd do if you had more free time.
  3. Share the link to your new board in the comments section here.

The contest's official rules are available on SkyDrive, if you want to check them out.

Here's a quick recap--and a couple fun videos--of what went down:

New York launch day fun kicked off with Kourtney Kardashian, who appeared on Fox & Friends and Good Day New York to show off her new Lumia 900 and favorite features like easy picture sharing and fast Facebook and Twitter updating. After a quick tweet to her 5.7 million followers, she jetted over to Bryant Park and one of the Free-Time Machines set up.


In the Windy City, Chicago at Pioneer Court and Hancock Plaza:

In San Francisco, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis worked the crowds in Union Square: