Cox raises broadband caps; TiVo trying to develop legal version of Aereo

More cable news from across the Web:

> Cox Communications confirmed that it recently raised the data caps for its residential subscribers. Story

> AOL says that 2.1 million Americans still subscribe to dial-up Internet service. Story

> The FCC has denied requests by several trade groups, including the American Cable Association, to delay its net neutrality rules. Story

> In the U.K., overseas suppliers of digital movies, games and e-books will be forced to pay a new tax--called the Netflix tax--under draft laws set to be announced in the country's new federal budget. Story

> Retail sales of streaming boxes like Roku and Apple TV will surpass sales of IPTV set-tops in 2015, IHS says. Study

> TiVo CEO Tom Rogers has confirmed that the company is trying to create a version of Aereo's service that doesn't violate copyright law. Story

And finally … Spotify is exploring a possible entry into the video streaming market. Story

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