Monday Tech Roundup

The Federal Aviation Administration is working with its European counterpart to integrate the next generation of transatlantic air traffic control systems. (Nextgov)

The 2010 World Cup is now the most popular online event ever; the official FIFA website is currently receiving as many pageviews as Facebook. (Read Write Web)

CNN will drop its AP service on June 30th to focus on internal newsgathering. (Bloomberg)

Australia makes the switch to all-fiber optic networks (Ars Technica)

One-year-old Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz announced two new partners Sunday night: John O’Farrell, currently with smart grid company Silver Spring Networks, will become an investing partner and Jeffrey Stump, a partner at executive search firm Howard Fischer Associates International, will head executive recruitment. (NYT)