By Adam Z. Lein | October 29, 2009 7:10 PM
Say you’re planning a trip somewhere. You’re probably going to want to look at a map and save some important locations like your hotel, the airport, places to visit, free WiFi access points, and interesting restaurants. Trying to find and organize all of that information on your phone can be a real chore, so here’s how you can use a regular desktop computer to organize your points of interest and then transfer them to your Windows Phone.
Yes, this will work with any Windows Phone if you install Bing Mobile. A similar technique is possible with Google Maps. Stay tuned and we’ll show you how.