Links 3/12: Charter in talks to buy Bright House Networks; Philly to be one of three initial launch cities for Sony Playstation Vue
Lyft Raises $530 Million in Fight With Uber (WSJ: Digits)
PlayStation Vue Nears Commercial Debut: WSJ (Multichannel News)
Philadelphia reported to be one of three initial launch cities.
F.C.C. Releases Net Neutrality Rules (NY Times)
Charter in Talks to Buy Newhouse’s Bright House Networks (Bloomberg)
Google’s Pay TV Push Is Slow. Google’s Broadband Push Is a Question Mark. (Re/code)
Bob Moul interviewed on Bloomberg Radio
Discusses Artisan Mobile, mobile tech, Apple, and Philly tech scene.
DOCUSIGN STRIKES RESELLER AGREEMENT WITH SAP (CBR)
Also involves Aria Systems.
Bentley Adds MANAGEservices Offering for Construction Managers through Acquisition of EADOC Cloud Services (Business Wire
IBM workforce declined 12% in 2014; losses tied to corporate divestitures (Computerworld)
Synchronoss Cloud Growth Outlook Conservative: FBR (Investor's Business Daily)
Agilence receives $4.3 Million in New Funding to Support Growth Initiative (PR Newswire)