ALSO NOTED: VoIP, wireless push modem growth up 25%; Judge rules on Starent, UTStarcom patent case; and much more...

> Study: In-Stat says VoIP, wireless push modems and residential gateways have seen a 25 percent year-over-year growth in 2005. Article

> A judge granted Starent Networks summary judgment in a patent infringement case brought on by UTStarcom. The judge found that Starent did not infringe on UTStarcom's patent. Release

> Jeep launches its own TV channel on Sprint's MobiTV. Article

> AirTight launched an API for wireless intrusion detection and prevention and took in $12 million in a second round of VC. Release | Release

And Finally... Japan's Nipro invented a $164 handheld tool that can read stress levels based on a dab of saliva. Blog

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