WOW! sells Clarity Telecom Rapid City and Sioux Falls, S.D., systems; Frontier's summer interns volunteer for United Way's Annual Day of Action

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> Frontier Communications' summer interns volunteer for United Way's Annual Day of Action. Release

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> WOW! and Clarity Telecom entered into a definitive agreement under which Clarity will acquire WOW!'s Rapid City and Sioux Falls, S.D., systems for gross proceeds of approximately $262 million in cash. Release

> Qatar's Information & Communications Technology (ICT) sector is projected to grow 10 percent annually to reach 6.8 billion by 2016, the Minister of ICT Hessa Sultan Al Jaber told the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) in Geneva this week. Article

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> Continuing to escalate the public debate about net neutrality at a panel discussion conducted by the Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C., AT&T senior executive VP Jim Cicconi accused Netflix of "double talk" in regard to its position on net neutrality. Article

> The top House Republican on telecom issues said there are no plans to hold hearings on the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DirecTV mergers, giving these proposed pay-TV industry mega-weddings one less key regulatory hurdle to overcome. Article

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> Netflix's continuing assertions that ISPs such as Verizon and Comcast are to blame for poor streaming performance aren't passing the smell test for at least one analyst. Article

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> Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE are both hoping to make a splash in the U.S. smartphone market by releasing high-end devices that carry their own brands. Article

> T-Mobile US is satisfied that the 2G EDGE data speeds customers get when roaming on its Simple Global plans without roaming fees are sufficient because less than 1 percent of customers on such plans have opted to pay for higher speeds so far, according to an executive from the carrier. Article

And finally… With the Americas running out of #IPv4, it's official: The #Internet is full. Article