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Huawei To Pay $4.8M In Damages To T-Mobile

After a lengthy court battle initially filed by T-Mobile in 2014, Huawei was found guilty of industrial espionage in the U.S., with the court demanding that the Chinese-based telecom and networking giant pay $4.8 million in damages.

T-Mobile initially sued Huawei three years ago, alleging that the company stole IP secrets about its phone-testing robot, dubbed Tappy, that mimics human behavior. T-Mobile alleged Huawei employees spied on the robot and stole parts during a visit to one of T-Mobile's labs, costing the company millions of dollars. 

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