Burger King's Twitter account hacked; Siemens Enterprise looks at virtual classroom

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@FierceTelecom RT @rtehrani: How vectoring allows cable/copper to compete with fiber in the last mile. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Burger King's Twitter account was hacked, prompting false rumors that it would be sold to its main rival McDonald's. Article

> ZyXEL announced on Monday that it will license and integrate Alcatel-Lucent's small cell software into its line of home network devices to improve 3G wireless coverage and quality in consumers' homes. Release

> Securus Technologies, Inc., a provider of inmate communications services and investigative technologies, announced that in 2012 that it won more than $40 million in new contracts serving almost 1,700 sites. Release

Cable News

> Discovery Communications CEO David Zaslav said the company plans to ink a number of distribution deals with multichannel providers that include rights to access TV Everywhere content.  Article

> The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) plans to relocate its Cable-Tec Expo trade show from New Orleans to Atlanta in October. Article

Online Video News

> Australia's online video market is in the midst of a new growth period, says a new study by online video marketing firm TubeMogul. Article

And finally… A new Siemens Enterprise report looks at how education that traditionally required physical attendance can now reach students virtually. Link (.pdf)

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