AT&T says Grand Prix racing teams collected more than 243 terabytes of data; Verizon donates over $800K to domestic violence organizations in Georgia

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> Formula One Grand Prix racing teams collected more than 243 terabytes of data earlier this month, according to AT&T. Article

> Telkom South Africa decided to abandon the deployment of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology in the Johannesburg suburbs of Parkview and Parkhurst, opting instead to offer 'ultra-high' broadband speeds via LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology. Article

> Verizon announced it has donated more than $800,000 to domestic violence advocacy organizations across the state of Georgia in 2014. Release

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> Time Warner Cable has announced the completion of its all-digital "Maxx" upgrades in New York and Los Angeles, with 7 million of its customers getting faster broadband speeds and fancy Arris-made DVRs. Article

> TV Everywhere is starting to look like linear TV in terms of commercial breaks. That's the good news--or bad news, depending on how you look at it--reported by FreeWheel, the advanced advertising unit purchased by Comcast earlier this year. Article

Online Video News
> Online video advertising looks to be gaining significant ground this year--but is that really the case? Some analysts and industry players think the industry is experiencing an advertising bubble … that's bound to pop. Article

Wireless News
> Samsung Electronics is planning to spend several tens of millions of dollars to develop short-form video content for a new mobile product, according to a report from The Information. Article

> A group of smaller, regional carriers has come out against reclassifying broadband as Title II common carrier service. Article

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