Federal judge grants Huawei restraining order against Motorola; MetroPC files suit to block net neutrality rules

> A federal judge granted Huawei a temporary restraining order that prevents Motorola Solutions (NYSE:MSI) from turning over any of Huawei's confidential information to Nokia Siemens Networks, putting on hold NSN's $1.2 billion acquisition of Motorola's networking business. Huawei and Motorola were once in a cooperative agreement under which Motorola resold Huawei's products. Article

> MetroPCS followed Verizon Communications and filed a lawsuit to block the FCC's recently approved net neutrality regulations for wireless and wired networks. Article

> Ericsson's fourth-quarter profit rose on the back of strong sales, which topped analysts' estimates, as demand for mobile broadband surged, especially in North America. Article

> In a filing with the FCC, the Rural Telecommunications Group lambasted AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) proposed purchased of six 700 MHz C Block licenses in Pennsylvania from regional telecom firm Windstream, arguing that the transaction would squeeze smaller competitors out of the markets. Article 

And Finally... Drug smugglers trying to get marijuana across the Arizona-Mexico border attempted to use a catapult to launch packages over the International Border fence. Article

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