Vestager undecided on ZTE patent complaint; Apple design chief denies 'exclusive' tag

Wireless news from around the web

> Nokia said it's Here navigation business supplied built-in maps for 49 of 54 new car models due to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) later this week. Nokia release

> EC Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said she hasn't decided whether to investigate a wireless patent complaint by ZTE against U.S. company Vringo. Reuters report

> Apple design chief Jonathan Ive denied the company is becoming too exclusive, after it unveiled a $1,500 (€1,325) Watch designed by Hermès. Wall Street Journal article

> Microsoft is pushing downloads of Windows 10 onto PC users without their knowledge. Telegraph report

> Connected cars are opening new markets for Germany-based components supplier Bosch. Reuters article

And finally…Analyse your food's calorie count on your smartphone. Telegraph article

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