Microsoft And Nokia Invests Over $1M On Upcoming 36 Startups

Back in May, Nokia and Microsoft announced the partnership to start a mobile apps development program at Finland’s Aalto University called AppCampus. The program aimed at funding new apps that will definitely support Windows Phone platform. Today AppCampus announced that they have invested their first $1 million-plus on 36 developers out of a total of 900 submissions they got for this program.

These apps of AppCampus are expected to be available in Windows Phone Marketplace from October, and will run exclusively on Windows Phone for their first six months.

via: Techcrunch


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