AT&T asks what mammals have in common with the cloud; MagicJack faces new scrutiny

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> MagicJack faces scrutiny from Copperfield Research, which has asked regulators to investigate questionable financial accounting and other missteps. Article

> Will 2013 be the year when more consumers cut the cable cord and use over-the-top (OTT) video as their main TV viewing platform? Article

Cable News

> Technicolor and Entropic have partnered up to create a set-top based on Comcast's Reference Design Kit software. Article

> Time Warner Cable has signed a sponsor deal with professional golfer Ian Poulter. Article

Enterprise Communications News

> Lowell McAdam, Verizon's CEO, said during this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that M2M communications have "come to fruition on a big scale." Article

Online Video News

> AllDigital Holdings announced a deal to merge with content management system (CMS) vendor Broadcast International. Article

And finally… Susan Crawford, a tech policy expert, asks if broadband access be treated as a public utility. Article

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