...in the software of 3G and 4G modems manufactured by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, ...
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The Obama Administration's decision to veto a looming import ban on some iPhones and iPads was a huge relief for Apple, and a big setback for its arch IP rival, Samsung. It could also weaken the lure
The U.S. has taken its first real swipe at China following accusations that the Beijing government is behind a widespread and systemic hacking campaign targeting U.S. businesses
Samsung Electronic's new Galaxy S4 smartphone will be revealed March 14 and will have security features that Apple's iPhone lacks, officials claim via Twitter at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelon
...Beijing's communist government. Raising their right hands, executives of Huawei Technologies Ltd. and ZTE Corp took an oath before testifying to the...
The contrast in outcomes in Apple's patent infringement suits against Samsung in California, Korea, and Japan have some IP lawyers in Asia seeing bias in the jury verdict awarded to the Cupertino, Ca
...Motorola accused Lemko of funneling its trade secrets to Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies, only to drop Huawei from the case less than a year...
Lemko, a wireless company accused by Motorola of stealing its technology, has turned the tables -- saying that Motorola stole Lemko's trade secrets and then destroyed the evidence
...s the question we're asking ourselves this week, after InterDigital accused Huawei Technologies, Nokia Corporation, and ZTE Corporation of infringing its patents in separate...
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