Research universities face rise in cyberattacks; Vehicle-to-vehicle communications interest rises

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@FierceTelecom RT @Stacy Taylor: U.S. research universities face a rising barrage of cyberattacks. Article | Follow @FierceTelecom

> ManCrates caters to the hunters and gatherers of the Internet age. Post

> Two-thirds of companies say that cloud will improve productivity, innovation & speed. Post

Cable News

> Time Warner Inc. announced that CFO John Martin will take over as CEO of its Turner Broadcasting System Inc. subsidiary in early 2014, succeeding company veteran Phil Kent. Article

> Bright House Networks launched a Hosted Voice solution which it is targeting at mid-sized businesses. Article

IPTV News

> The size and placement of utility cabinets needed to deliver AT&T U-verse service throughout a community is again slowing the service's expansion in Wheaton, Ill. Article

Online Video News

> Google has reportedly held talks with TV networks about licensing their programming for an over-the-top pay-TV service. Article

And finally … Vehicle-to-vehicle communications is gaining interest from car manufacturers and service providers, but deployment costs could be steep. Article

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