ALSO NOTED: Alvarion sells cellular unit; Motorola invests in WiMAX chipmaker Sequans; and much more...

> Alvarion sold its cellular business unit to LGC Wireless for $15 million. Article

> Motorola has invested an undisclosed amount in WiMAX chipmaker Sequans. Article

> IP peering and ENUM (electronic numbering) specialist NeuStar has bought British firm Followap for $139 million in cash to improve its mobile messaging capabilities. Article

And Finally... Xerox said it has invented paper that is self-erasing and reusable. Article

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