GWI outlines Maine's broadband challenges; Vint Cerf, Xerox take WSJ to task over Internet origins

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@FierceTelecom RT @GWI: 90% of Mainers have access to #Broadband. How many use it? Post | Follow @FierceTelecom

> Will Verizon's marketing relationship with Time Warner Cable and Comcast to sell their services in Verizon Wireless stores weaken competition? Article

> 8X8 unveils two new Virtual Office cloud PBX services that they claim make internal and external communication with business partners and customers more efficient and productive. Release

> Vint Cerf and Xerox speak out against The Wall Street Journal's refusal to correct its Internet origins article. Post

> Taiwan's National Communications Commission (NCC) is requiring the country's main telco, Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), to offer last-mile facilities to competitive service providers at cost price. Article

And finally … Cable operators beat out electric utilities on the U.S. least popular company list. CenturyLink was the worst ranked telco. Article

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