Summary:

Today on the Internet: Ad Age says the technology behind Time Warner’s TV Everywhere still doesn’t exist yet; Boxee’s CPO is leaving to found another start-up; and Verizon’s not just getting into the iPhone business — it’s also planning to offer an iPad.

Time Warner’s “TV Everywhere”: Still Going Nowhere. According to Advertising Age, the system that would make TV Everywhere possible doesn’t actually exist, at least not across all of the media companies who say they support it. (BNet)

Zach Klein Leaving Boxee To Found New Startup. Klein will step down from his post as Chief Product Officer at Boxee to found a new company sometime in the next month. (Business Insider)

Verizon Will Sell iPad That Connects to Its Network. Verizon Wireless will sell a version of Apple Inc.’s iPad tablet computer that can connect directly to its network, posing another challenge to AT&T Inc. as the carrier’s exclusive hold on the iPhone draws to a close. (Business Week)

Industry Moves: Comcast’s Gilford Jumps To ABC As SVP, Digital Media. Digital entertainment vet Karin Gilford is switching from Comcast Interactive Media to Disney/ABC Television Group. (Paid Content)

Observations from the CES Floor: NBC, Comcast, Motorola Xoom and the New Company that Will Change TV Navigation. Jack Meyers sounds off on the show’s successful product innovations and corporate presences. (Media Biz Bloggers)

Cox Phases Out Adify Name, Folds Company Into Digital Sales Unit. Vertical ad network builder Adify, acquired by Cox Enterprises two and a half years ago, is being combined with the digital arm of Cox Cross Media. (Paid Content)

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