LG unveils modular smartphone; Google chief to meet EC competition commissioner

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> LG Electronics launched an upgraded, modular, version of its flagship G5 smartphone on the eve of MWC16. Wall Street Journal article

> Three Group's plans to introduce ad-blocking software in the UK and Italy was criticised by the Internet Advertising Bureau. BBC News report

> SAP teamed with car maker SEAT to develop a smartphone-based parking reservation and payment service. Bloomberg report

> Huawei announced plans to trial 4.5G technology for Kuwait operator VIVA. Huawei release

> Google CEO Sundar Pichai was tipped to discuss European Commission concerns over the dominance of its Android operating system in a meeting with competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager this week. Bloomberg report

And finally…Volvo replaces car keys with a smartphone app. BBC News article

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