As cable operators contemplate the wireless quad-play, they may want to take note of New York State Sen Carl Kruger‘s (D-Brooklyn) new campaign to ban iPod and cell phone/Blackberry use near NYC intersections. He warns of "iPod oblivion" in which unaware pedestrians could get mowed down by traffic while jamming out to Coldplay and/or checking their Crackberrys. Note to our NYC-based CableFAX subscribers: if you’re reading this on a Blackberry right now, look up! Whew. That bus just missed you!

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