Comcast, Time Warner join World IPv6 Day test; Boxee Box gets Netflix support

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> Comcast and Time Warner Cable have signed up for the June 8 World IPv6 Day test. Story.

> Boxee Box has linked up with Netflix, fulfilling a long-delayed promise. Story.

> Broadcasters should probably be puckering up to kiss their spectrum goodbye based on a report from the CTIA that a spectrum auction could reap between $46 billion and $48 billion. Story.

> President Obama has tossed $5 billion into his budget to support a national wireless initiative. Story.

> AOL CEO Tim Armstrong has put his money where his hopes are by investing $10 million to purchase 477,000 shares of the company's stock. Story.

And finally ... cell phone use while driving could take a serious turn if LG Electronics' new phone with a 3D screen takes off. Story.

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