Epix expands VOD offerings; More evidence that Google TV is flatlining

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> Premium cable channel Epix expanding VOD services to connected and mobile devices. Article

> Content delivery network Limelight Networks (NASDQ: LLNW) has acquired Clickability, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of content management systems for companies like the Minneapolis Star. Article

> The report that Osama bin Laden had been killed in Pakistan lit up the Internet on Sunday with Akamai reporting more than 4.1 million page views per second on news websites it tracked. Article

> Sony's issues with its PlayStation Network and Qriocity entertainment network continue. The company revealed hackers likely gained access to the personal information of as many as 77 million users. Article

> More evidence that Google TV is a dud in Logitech earnings. Article

> TiVO, Dish Network and EchoStar settle long-running patent battle. Article

And finally... In ancient Greece, marathoners often competed sans clothes. Cincinnati police frown on the practice and delivered their opinion to nude runner in a shocking fashion. Article

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