BT investigated by Ofcom over wholesale pricing; Connected devices rise in broadband-enabled homes

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> Ofcom, the UK's telecom regulator, has begun an investigation into whether UK incumbent British Telecom is conducting anti-competitive wholesale pricing practices. Article

> Here are four game-changing trends coming to cloud computing. Article

> A Diffusion Group report said that 56 percent of all households with broadband Internet access have at least one TV set connected to the Internet. Article

Cable News
> Intermedia Outdoors raised its acquisition offer for the Outdoor Channel to $9.75 per share, or $237 million in cash. Article

> Cable One lost 5,435 basic video subscribers in Q1, a reverse from the 916 video subscribers it added in the same period a year ago. Article

And finally … The number of digital devices within the home is increasing, but is the speed of your broadband? Post

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