ALSO NOTED: AirDefense unveils latest version of wireless security;Ruckus launches WiFi program to network multimedia devices i

> AirDefense launches newest wireless security platform that includes RF Rewind, a new feature that keeps track of mobile device use while using only 3 Kbps. Release

> Ruckus Wireless launches RIOT, first WiFi program that aims to network popular home media appliances relating to multimedia content distribution using Ruckus Wireless' solutions. Release

> Beceem Communications, a chipset provider for mobile WiMax, raised $20 million in a third round of VC fund raising. Web site

> Phillips Electronics will launch its TV-on-cellular chipsets in the US in 2006. Article

> Comverse completed its acquisition of the GSS Division of CSG Systems. Release

> DoCoMo will invest $6 million in Chinese mobile payment provider Just In Mobile. Article

And Finally... Text messages that self-destruct. Good for discrete lovers and confidential business notes. Article

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