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Topic # 190778 12-Jan-2016 08:15
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Just got an email this morning saying that Nokia has sold Here to:

Nokia has completed the sale of its HERE business to a consortium comprised of AUDI AG, BMW Group, and Daimler AG.
Im sure its old news but new to me.




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  Reply # 1468159 12-Jan-2016 08:22
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You're lucky you've only got one copy of this email! I got spammed by them last week - received five or six copies of the same email.

Be interesting to see if the business model changes at all...

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  Reply # 1468188 12-Jan-2016 08:50
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So this would affect the HERE apps on Windows phone ? They havent been available via the store for a few months "due to technical difficulties".






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  Reply # 1468202 12-Jan-2016 09:07
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Remember reading somewhere that win10 Maps will have a lot of the same functionality as HERE does currently

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