Canada's Telsec introduces VoIP phone service; Will FTTN replace FTTH?

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> Telsec, Toronto's longest established office business center, has introduced its new VoIP Virtual Office Phone service. Release

> A former cable contractor in Montgomery, Ala., was sentenced to 30 months in prison for hijacking customers' PCs to file at least 27 fraudulent 2011 tax returns requesting $91,304 in refunds. Article

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> Time Warner Cable has installed more than 1,000 mobile Wi-Fi hotspots on a fleet of food trucks in New York to promote its sponsorship of Major League Baseball's All-Star Week. Article

> Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge said mergers involving cable MSOs will leave the industry with just "two major players." Article

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> Netflix is in talks with the producers of "Arrested Development" about making more episodes of the comedy series. Article

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