Monday Telecom (and related) Reads
Happy Monday everybody!
We thought we’d share some of the articles we’re reading today…
This morning, it was announced that Turner Broadcasting was filling its content hole by acquiring Bleacher Report. Naturally, there were many sites that covered this, but this post by GigaOm really gets to the bottom of what this acquisition really means for Turner.
This was a highly read article over the weekend. CNET’s Maggie Reardon gives her take on why the FCC would never allow AT&T and Verizon to bring back unlimited data.
The Death of Open in Mobility
As more mobile hardware manufacturers take control of the mobile content experience altogether…does this mean the death of open in mobility? *P.S.: You can catch Darren’s 2 cents if you look carefully!
The data is clearly showing that Cloud apps are changing the Enterprise IT environment. But with all these apps - what can integrate the data between apps?
The Google Fiber announcement two weeks ago shook up the tech world and for good reason. Just recently, Google announced that they are expanding the cities they’re bringing the Fiber to.
Which related articles are you reading this week? Feel free to share them with us in the comments!