Cuba begins offering free 2 Mbps Wi-Fi service; Rite Aid offers telemedicine kiosks in select Ohio pharmacies

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> Cuba's first free public Wi-Fi hot spot offers users 2 Mbps speed connections. Article

> Italy's state-backed lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) said it's prepared to increase its stake in Metroweb if no other buyer emerges for the shares investment fund F2i plans to offload. Article

> Rite Aid is offering telemedicine kiosks in select Ohio pharmacies that let customers consult with doctors for a nominal fee. Article

Cable News
> Pay-TV operators saw subscribing households in the U.S. drop from 101 million to 100.9 million between year-end 2012 and year-end 2013, a new FCC report says. Article

> With the FCC and Justice Department entering the last third of their review of Comcast's proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable, Comcast is back on offense. Article

Wireless News
> Google is talking to Hong Kong-based Hutchison Whampoa about a potential wholesale deal that would let the company's MVNO customers roam on Hutchison's mobile networks at no extra charge when traveling overseas. Article

> A lawsuit alleging that Google was harming consumers by forcing handset makers to use its own Android apps as the default options in smartphones has been withdrawn by the plaintiffs, an action that appears to remove a cloud over Google's Android strategy. Article

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