Motorola sues Huawei over trade secrets; Qualcomm posts unexpected high earnings

> Although unit shipments in 1Q10 for the Worldwide WLAN market decreased by 9.4 percent quarter-over-quarter, it increased by 4.8 percent year-over-year.  That increase was fueled primarily by migration to 802.11n technology, said research firm In-Stat. Release

> Motorola sued Huawei, alleging that former Motorola employees provided the Chinese equipment vendor with trade secrets about its technology. Article

> Qualcomm posted better-than-expected earnings in its fiscal third quarter, bolstered by strong chip sales and global 3G demand. The chipset behemoth also raised its revenue and earnings guidance for the fiscal year. Article

> Broadcasters might be willing to give up some of their spectrum for mobile broadband use in incentive auctions so long as certain conditions are met, the head of a powerful broadcasting lobby said--indicating that there may be a way forward on the issue. Article

> Vodafone Germany tapped Ericsson and Huawei for LTE. Article

> AT&T's move to jettison its unlimited mobile data plan and charge more for heavier use puts a roadblock in the plans of media providers trying to push Internet TV, according to a report released by iSuppli. Article

And Finally... A 15-year-old managed to get his own tethering app approved on the iPhone by disguising it as a flashlight application. Article

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