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Ooma, the voice-over-IP phone company, has received a hot cash injection of $16 million from existing investors, including Draper Fisher Jurvetson. This is on top of $26 million already sunk into the company and, of late, convertible bridge loans which have kept the lattes flowing at the office. Sales at Best Buy stores should really pick up when customers learn their new $399 might become useless when the company's money dries up again. [TechCrunch]