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1M User Strong, PlanetSoho Makes it Easy for Small Businesses to 'Get Paid' On-the-Go

techcrunch.com
Last week, SohoOS, celebrated hitting its 1M user milestone by rebranding as ‘PlanetSoho.com‘. Originally designed as a utility for SOHO (small office, home office) businesses — main features being Invoicing, Web Presence and Contact Management — the rebranding also represents a shift from pure utility to a community hub for...
1M User Strong, PlanetSoho Makes it Easy for Small Businesses to 'Get Paid' On-the-Go

AT&T sets out plan to invest $14 billion in its wireline IP network, 4G coverage and growth initiatives

thenextweb.com
AT&T will invest $14 billion over the next three years to improve its wireless and wireline IP broadbank networks in the United States. The investment plan, which the company has codenamed Project Velocity IP, is designed to try and expand the services which are experiencing the most growth and increased...
AT&T sets out plan to invest $14 billion in its wireline IP network, 4G coverage and growth initiatives

AT&T to spend $14 billion over next three years on broadband, wireless infrastructure

www.engadget.com
AT&T has announced that it will be dropping a cool $14 billion over the next three years or so to beef up its wireless and wireline broadband network. It's calling the plan Project Velocity IP (VIP), and will see the company boost its 4G LTE network to 300 million...
AT&T to spend $14 billion over next three years on broadband, wireless infrastructure
AT&T will bring LTE to 300 million Americans by 2014 as part of $14 billion investment

MyTaxi rides into U.S. market with a trick up its sleeve

gigaom.com
When it comes to taxi apps for the smartphone, the U.S. has a few to choose from – depending on the city, there’s Uber, Hailo… and now, if you’re in Washington D.C., there’s myTaxi. MyTaxi is actually an older service than the aforementioned upstarts. It’s been going in Germany since...
MyTaxi rides into U.S. market with a trick up its sleeve

Yext sells pay-per-call biz to CityGrid, focuses on local business listings

gigaom.com
Yext is unloading its pay-per-call business to IAC’s CityGrid Media  to focus on the opportunity of organizing local online business listing information for small businesses and big companies. The details of the sale were not released but TechCrunch is reporting that Yext sold its Felix pay-per-call business for around $30 million....
Yext sells pay-per-call biz to CityGrid, focuses on local business listings
AT&T is glad to expand service, but wants pesky FCC regulations dropped
Here's AT&T's $14B plan to kill its copper network and leave rural America behind
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