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CES is an auto-show, Here and TomTom square up and buff offerings

CES 2017 was the first year that CES seemed as much an automotive conference as a consumer electronics one, and 2018 has been no different. With Intel, Ford, Qualcomm, and Samsung trading blows in the hardware front, Here and main rival TomTom used CES as the stage on which to announce a wave of news that sees them both expand their automotive mapping and services arsenals. Here was going all out at the show, following a smaller flurry of news in December. Its major announcement was the launch of its new Here Mobility division, and specifically the Open Mobility Marketplace (OMM) – the platform that the new wing of Here plans to use to link service providers with potential customers.…

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