Verizon's California employees to participate in the Earth Hour movement; Bell Aliant to issue Q4 2014 results on April 30

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> Verizon employees across California will join the global Earth Hour movement at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday (March 29) and turn off lights at 23 buildings in the state for one hour. Release

> The UK's Authority for Television on Demand has called for more policing of teens accessing porn online. Article

> Bell Aliant plans to issue its first-quarter 2014 results the afternoon of Wednesday, April 30. Release

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> An outdated document and a misinformed customer service rep led to some online squealing that Comcast won't let subscribers buy their own cable modems to access its Extreme 105 service. Article

> Vodafone, already the world's second largest mobile carrier, is looking to increase its footprint in the cable space as well--either through acquisition or competition, its top executive says. Article

Wireless News
> LTE remained the overarching topic of conversation at the Competitive Carriers Association conference, with some smaller carriers opting to hold off on the technology while others plunged full-steam ahead into the market for high-speed wireless connections. Article

> Nearly every automaker in the world is getting into the connected-car market, yet it's difficult to gauge how robust a car maker's overall connected-car portfolio actually is. Article

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