Fixing the Heartbleed bug could cause more major disruptions to the Internet; CenturyLink to participate in J.P. Morgan conference

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@FierceTelecom RT @Telexplainer: The personal computer market's fever has broken, but the business is still sick. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Ongoing efforts to remedy the Heartbleed bug could cause more disruptions to the Internet as companies simultaneously work to repair encryption systems on hundreds of thousands of web sites. Article

> Panasonic and Fujitsu have established an agreement to create a new silicon company, according to Reuters. Article

> CenturyLink is scheduled to participate in the 42nd Annual J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media and Telecom Conference on Monday, May 19. Release                                  

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> Conceding that the second screen is only a limited application, zeebox has relaunched itself as Beamly and will now focus on "the art of social television." Article

> Viacom will use the EchoGraph social media measurement platform from Mass Relevance to track and analyze social activity of Viacom client campaigns across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Vine, Google+ and YouTube. Article

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> A financial analyst is pouring water on recent studies that say online video advertising will overtake TV ads within the next several years. Article

Wireless News
> Ericsson said Doug Gilstrap, the vendor's global head of strategy, will resign from his role as of Aug. 1. Article

> Microsoft is in the process of rolling out its latest smartphone operating system, Windows Phone 8.1, and reviewers have been almost universally positive of the latest version of the platform. Article

And finally… Network neutrality boils down to quality or equality. Article

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