Samsung, Motorola to share technology

Samsung and Motorola signed an agreement to share some wireless technology. The cross-license agreement is designed to help the firms avoid costly legal disputes over intellectual property. Samsung, which made the announcement in a filing to the Korea Exchange, said it was not allowed to release details or terms of the agreement. Samsung signed a similar deal with Sony late last year.

For more on the cross-licensing deal:
- go to this piece from the Daily Times

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