Over 25M Apple TV devices have been sold; FCC warns hotels not to block guest's personal Wi-Fi

More cable news from around the Web:

> Alaska's GCI has introduced a new service feature that notifies broadband customers when they've exceeded their usage caps and gives them a range of options. Story

> The FCC has issued a statement warning hotels not to block guests from using their own Wi-Fi. Story

> Yahoo on Tuesday revealed a tax-free plan to spin off from its $40 billion stake in Alibaba. Story

> Virginia cable customers of BVU Authority have been told they'll receive rate increases for video services in mid-March. Story

> Apple CEO Tim Cook told investors Tuesday that the company has sold 25 million Apple TV streaming devices over the lifetime of the product. Story

> Sony plans to cut 1,000 employees from its smart phone division, mainly in Europe and China. Story

And finally … Just a year after launch, the WWE's SVOD service has grown its subscriber base to 1 million. Story

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