Huawei Sues Motorola Over Wireless Patents
Huawei has filed a lawsuit against Motorola, alleging that it may illegally transfer Huawei's intellectual property to Nokia Siemens Networks during the sale of its radio business to Nokia Siemens Networks. According to Huawei, it has had an on-going business relationship with Motorola since 2000 whereby Motorola sold Huawei technology under the Motorola brand name. The business relationship gave Motorola access to Huawei's patented technology. Once Motorola announced its intent to sell its radio access technology to Nokia Siemens Networks, Huawei asked Motorola that it not transfer the intellectual property in question to Nokia Siemens Networks as part of the sale. Huawei's lawsuit aims to prevent Motorola from transferring Huawei's intellectual property to Nokia Siemens Networks, which it says will cause irreparable harm to Huawei.
Hands On with the Huawei SnapTo
Huawei's newest phone - announced this morning - is an affordable, mass-market Android phone that Huawei is selling unlocked in the U.S. It's compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, including 4G LTE.
Hands-On with the Huawei Honor 9
Huawei's latest Honor-branded handset is the Honor 9. This all-glass Android smartphone picks up where last year's Honor 8 left off.
Hands On with Huawei Nova Plus
Huawei churned out two mid-range handsets in Berlin, the Nova and Nova Plus. The phones share most features, but the Plus is a bit bigger thanks to the larger screen and battery.
Boost Mobile Debuts the Huawei Union
Boost Mobile today announced a trio of inexpensive handsets, including the Huawei Union. The Union has a 4.5-inch screen, 1.1GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage.
--concerned about patent rights. The very definition of 'irony'.