Huawei sues U.S. government, claiming equipment and services ban is unconstitutional

In the never-ending Huawei saga, the Chinese company has decided to file a lawsuit in the Eastern District of Texas against the U.S. government for the latter’s ban on the sale of equipment or services to government entities. Huawei asserts that said ban is unconstitutional.
The suit itself is in regards to Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which, among other things, mandates that the U.S. government cannot use federal/grant funds or loans to purchase or otherwise obtain “covered telecommunications equipment or services.” Huawei is included in that. Read MoreHuawei sues U.S. government, claiming equipment and services ban is unconstitutional was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

'LG Pay Quick' trademark application pops up in US and Europe

LG first launched its mobile payments platform in June 2017, but only in South Korea. Since then, the company accidentally published a broken payments app with muddled branding in early 2018, and later confirmed LG Pay would arrive in the US at some point that year. But the most recent step toward mobile payments from the company is something a bit different: LG Pay Quick. LG has recently applied to trademark the name in Europe, the US, and South Korea. Read More’LG Pay Quick’ trademark application pops up in US and Europe was written by the awesome team at Android Police.