FAA's new traffic control system is breakable, say hackers; MLB abandons landline phones to the dugout

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@FierceTelecom RT @FastCompany: SightDeck, HD telepresence provider, is using Google Fiber to bring Hollywood effects to venture capitalist and telepresence meetings. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Here are nine questions to ask before signing a cloud computing contract. Article

> Hackers claim the FAA's new air traffic control system will enable them to hijack planes. Article

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> Time Warner Cable will incorporate interior designer and architects into its new high-end SignatureHome service. Article

> Comcast brings its cloud-based Xfinity X1 platform in Philadelphia and New Jersey. Article

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> Ovum says the availability of SAP Business suite on HANA could be a "game changer" by making SAP more relevant to enterprise customers. Article

> Thirty percent of enterprises will sell their information assets by 2016 to pay for big data storing and management, says Gartner. Article


> John Donovan, senior executive vice president of AT&T Technology and Network Operations, said it is "going to expand U-verse" within its regional footprint. Article

And finally… Major League Baseball is replacing its landline phone to the dugout with a wireless smartphone. Article

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