ALSO NOTED: IPO window opening?; Cingular sues pretexters, too; and much more...

> More reports on the "screaming phone" security system, now in the U.K. Article

> Techdirt quietly wonders in choked whispers and stolen glances whether the cursed tech IPO window may be opened, just a crack? Blog

> Cingular jumps on the bandwagon behind Verizon Wireless and wags finger at, files lawsuit against alleged "pretexter." Article (WSJ sub. req.)

And Finally... Google buys the garage that started it all for an estimated $1.2 million. As an unrelated background note, HP bought their founding garage in 2004 for a similar price of $1.7 million, and look where they are now. Article

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