ALSO NOTED: Cingular named as defendant in ringback tone patent dispute; American Tower to restate select financials; and much

> Cingular Wireless has been named as a defendant in a patent infringement lawsuit centering on ringback tones that was filed by Ring Plus. Article

> American Tower announced it will restate select financial results for the full years 2001 to 2005, plus the first quarter of 2006. Article

> NTT DoCoMo said it will begin marketing BlackBerry devices to business users later this month. Article

> Using SMS to bypass lines at the fast-food counter seems to be coming of age. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Teachers say wireless technology is integral to the future of education. Article

> Titan Global Holdings said its board of directors has approved the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary to operate the wireless portions of its Bravo Cellular and Oblio Telecom units. Article

And Finally... Scientists say they have developed a chip that can transfer data using laser light. Article

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