Cable industry news from across the Web:
> Mobile targeted advertising technology provider MobileBits Holdings is merging with enterprise-class online tools and social collaboration tools provider Pringo. Comcast is a Pringo customer, if you're looking for the connection. Story
> Taking the TV out of Cable TV, Comcast Business Services has joined the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) international partnership program. News release
> The list of usual suspects (Public Knowledge, Consumers Union, Free Press, Future of Music Coalition, Media Access Project, National Hispanic Media Coalition and New American Foundation) have asked the FCC to hold public field trials on AT&T's proposed takeover of T-Mobile. Story
> Figuring three years of "massive losses" are enough, News Corp. hopes to sell MySpace this week. The sale will probably result in the layoffs of half of MySpace's 500 employees. Story
> A combination of sports mania and the transition from digital to analog has created a snaky roadmap for viewers who want to watch the Atlanta Braves on Southwest Georgia Mediacom. Story.
And finally ... if Hulu is indeed sold, it will probably go to an Internet giant with some cash lying around, according to The Wrap Media. Story.