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Fast Facts Infrastructure: August 20, 2001

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Lucent Technologies paid sacked CEO Richard McGinn $5.5 million in severance after he failed to engineer a quick turnaround of the troubled gear maker, and agreed to pay former Chief Financial Officer Deborah Hopkins $3.3 million, the company reported in

Fast Breaks Newsfront: August 20, 2001

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One of the fathers of the Internet isn't buying reports of a slowdown.

Geekspeak: August 20, 2001

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A Keyboard for Mobile Phones? Only on My Geekiest Day

Network for Lease

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Dropping data into MVNOs

Top Line: August 20, 2001

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Vendors are shifting wireless LAN speeds into overdrive, but many customers don't need the record performance.

Who Will Fill the MVNO Space?

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Followers of the data-only mobile virtual network operator concept have a range of ideas for the types of companies that might like to offer wireless data services without building their own networks.

Living Could Be Easy in HPs Cool Town

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Laying aside privacy and compatibility concerns, what if a paramedic arriving on the scene of an accident automatically had immediate access to the medical history of an unconscious victim?

Banner Days for Handhelds

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Expected boom in wireless ads spurs debate

Fast Security to Go

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New firewall/VPN wares push speed, ease management

Data From a Distance

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Enterprises are thinking twice about investing in wireless data applications, slowing down the sales cycle as they try to justify the investment and examine their needs.

Geekspeak: August 13, 2001

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Dockers mobile pants go to show you can take it with you

Motorola Zeros in on Wireless Carriers

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Continuing to streamline operations and shift focus to serving wireless carriers, Motorola Inc. last week announced plans to sell the company's Integrated Information Systems Group to defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. for $825 million.

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