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Facts

If you're looking for a healthy source of trivia facts take a look at the Windows Phone app Trivia Buff.

Trivia Buff taps into Reddit for the facts and each factoid is verified and has a corresponding article in support. Facts can be shared and Trivia Buff has Live Tile support to display facts throughout the day.

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Nokia is a company with history, there's no denying that. The company has led the way in mobile communication for years, but lost the ball for a while with the rise of the smartphone. Moving across to Windows Phone, Nokia is rejuvenating the brand and developing new technologies to regain its lead in the market it helped develop.

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100 Top World Wonders - App Spotlight

Ever wonder what's the world's largest volcano on earth is? How about the largest cathedral in the world?  Well, XIMAD has brought 100 Top Worlds Wonders to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace to help answer those and other questions about the wonders of the world.

From the Taj Mahal to the Great Barrier Reef, from the Grand Canyon to the Philippines' Chocolate Hills the 100 Top Wonders combines stunning photographs with quick facts on each wonder.  Each Wonder can be starred as a favorite for quick reference as well as shared through your Windows Phone email clients.  The app also has a keyword search function.

100 Top World Wonders comes in two varieties. There is a free, ad supported version here (opens Zune) and a paid, non-ad version (runs $1.29) here at the Marketplace.

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