Internet freedom struggle isn't over; Cox launches WiFi in Northern Va.

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> Netformx signed a deal to acquire VARcompliance, a provider of automated vendor certification and incentive reward tracking, monitoring and management solutions. Release

> Huffington Post's Karl Grossman asks, Will the Internet remain free? Article

> Cox launched WiFi hot spot access for its broadband customers in Northern Virginia. Release

Cable News

> A day after LodgeNet's Chapter 11 filing, Comcast announced it will try its luck in the hotel market with a business hospitality product offering. Article

> Concurrent plans to drive new sales by investing in software that cable operators can use to deliver programming to connected TVs. Article

Wireless News

> RIM introduced the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 platform and announced it will rename company "BlackBerry." Article

> Ericsson reported an uptick in North American revenue amidst a Q4 net loss. Article

And finally… According to UCStrategies, "Social media is already expanding from marketing into the territory of intellectual capital." Article

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