Daily Links 2/7/13: Many broadband meters inaccurate; Amazon v. Ariba coming battleground?

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When Will the Rest of Us Get Google Fiber?
Google may choose to expand its service, but there’s little incentive for established players to come up to speed.
(MIT Technology Review)

Analysts Discuss Liberty Global's Deal for U.K.'s Virgin Media, Effect on BSkyB (Hollywood Reporter)

More bad news about broadband caps: Many meters are inaccurate (Gigaom)

NBC closes hyperlocal, data-driven publishing pioneer EveryBlock

Aereo’s big bet to break the TV industry: CEO Chet Kanojia explains
Aereo is scheduled to expand to Philadelphia and several other cities sometime this year.

SAP User Groups Unhappy with Upcoming Support Fee Increase
The decision to raise Standard Support fees 'makes absolutely no sense,' one group board member says

Amazon vs. Ariba: The Coming Battleground? (Jason Busch/Spend Matters)

SunGard Announces Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2012 Results (Business Wire)

Student investors VenturePact graduate their first startups (Keystone Edge)

CoTweet founders launch Seesaw for iPhone, an app that gets your friends’ opinion when you need it (The Next Web)

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