KIT digital takes issue with WSJ article; CDN Cotendo has several suitors

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> KIT digital has reacted angrily to newspaper reports on the technology company's growth prospects. A weekend article in the Wall Street Journal said it was "difficult to judge the company's underlying organic growth rate." Kit digital still maintains it has disclosed the current revenue contribution from every acquisition it has made over time. Article

> Verizon is making some of its live, FiOS TV channels available over Microsoft's Xbox 360, allowing users to interact with their TVs using voice and gesture commands through Kinect. Article

> Verizon is working with Cisco to change the way its video-on-demand service works, looking to put an end to its court battles with ActiveVideo, which on Wednesday won an injunction to force the telco to stop using its technology. Article

> AT&T is one of three companies rumored to be pursuing Israeli CDN Cotendo, which reports say carries a $300 million to $500 million price tag. Article

And finally... A Florida man called 911 to get help when his boat ran out of gas. Problem? Yep. He'd stolen the boat just a little while earlier. Article

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