Professor arrested after allegedly stealing a chip on behalf of Huawei pleads down to a lesser charge
Criminal and civil suits were filed against a professor who allegedly stole technology on behalf of Huawei
T-Mobile was working on a deal to sell Huawei handsets when the Tappy incident occurred and the carrier ended negotiations while filing a civil complaint against the Chinese firm. In the documentation T-Mobile wrote, “Huawei has used the robot technology it misappropriated from T-Mobile to unjustly gain a commercial advantage worth hundreds of millions of dollars.”
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While the criminal charges didn’t mention the company that was supposedly helping Bo steal the chip, a civil case against the professor featured the same exact allegations against him except that it specifically named Huawei as the company that was working alongside Bo.