Samsung, Huawei settle 2-year patent dispute in US
In 2016, Huawei, the world's biggest telecom equipment maker, brought suits against Samsung in San Francisco and China, claiming the South Korean company used its cellular technology without a license.
In an electronic case filing issued by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Feb. 26, the world's two largest smartphone makers agreed to "complete the pending steps to finalize the settlement" within the next 30 days.
The intellectual property dispute that has pitted the two companies against each other illustrates the cutthroat competition underway in the wireless market.
On Thursday, Huawei sued the US government to challenge a recent law that bans federal agencies from buying its products. The Shenzhen-based tech firm refuted U.S. claims that its technology poses a security threat and said the ban would ultimately harm American consumers.
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