Frontier to release Q3 results on Nov. 4; VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver speaks out against Title II reclassification

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> Sixty percent of the world's population still has no Internet access, according to the latest annual report from the UN-backed Broadband Commission for Digital Development. Article

> Frontier Communications plans to release third-quarter 2014 results on Tuesday, Nov. 4, after the market closes, and it will host a conference call that day at 4:30 p.m. Eastern time. Release

> VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver speaks out against regulatory efforts to reclassify broadband service providers under Title II. Article

> Nsight and Cellcom have announced that Rob Riordan, executive vice president and director of corporate development, will be retiring from his management role on Dec. 31. Release

Cable News
> Representatives for Starz met in Los Angeles Tuesday with 21st Century Fox, discussing the possibility of having the conglomerate buy the premium cable programming service. Article

> Fresh off the launch of Liberty Global's own SVOD service in Switzerland, MyPrime, company President and CEO Mike Fries paid tribute to the competitor he says has taught cable operators everywhere "a great lesson." Article

Wireless News
> BlackBerry officially unveiled its first new, major smartphone since 2013, the Passport, and said that the square device aimed at business users will be available through AT&T Mobility. Article

> Samsung Electronics expects its mobile business to bounce back in the months ahead, a top company executive said, especially with the launch of its latest flagship phablet device, the Galaxy Note 4. Article

And finally… The #InternetofEverything heralds a new kind of world--but it also requires a new way of thinking about IT #security. Article

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