EarthLink to announce Q4 2014 earnings on Feb. 19; Verizon launches new FiOS mobile app

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> EarthLink will host a conference call on Thursday, Feb. 19, at 8:30 a.m. ET to discuss its fourth quarter and full year 2014 financial results. Release

> Verizon's FiOS Mobile App now allows authenticated customers to stream 24 live channels from Viacom away from home. Article

> Amazon Web Services' revenue growth picks up in Q4 2014, coming in at 43 percent. Article

Cable News
> As Comcast earnestly tries to repair its tattered customer service image, news has come that a subscriber retention rep changed the first name of a Spokane, Wash., customer to "A-hole" in the company's computer system after the subscriber's wife tried to cancel the service. Article

> Viacom is the latest programmer to launch an a la carte SVOD programming service, a new streaming product built around its Nickelodeon kids' linear network set to debut in March. Article

Online Video News
> Cloud storage and stream-back provider StreamNation has acquired PictureLife, a New York-based startup specializing in online photo storage, for an undisclosed amount. Article

Wireless News
> Qualcomm cut its outlook for the second half of its fiscal year in part because it disclosed that its Snapdragon 810 processor "will not be in the upcoming design cycle of a large customer's flagship device." Article

> Nokia reported higher profit than expected in the fourth quarter, and grew its sales as well thanks in large part to a surge in revenue from its Network business, particularly in North America. Article

And finally… @TeamARIN:  "Next big area of focus required to reach the #IoT dream is the widespread migration from IPv4 to IPv6." Article

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