Two more investments for First Round Capital. PlayCafe, a Los Angeles startup producing interactive online game shows, received seed funding, New Tee Vee reports. (Watch out, the darn site froze my computer.)
Also, the Indian media is reporting that First Round has invested in an Indian photographic services site called ZoomIn, though I haven't found any confirmation of that or reporting from the States.

Visa Raises $17.9 Billion in Record-Setting U.S. IPO (Bloomberg)
A lot of cash will be flowing into Delaware.

Comcast Cameras to Start Watching You? (NewTeeVee)

RFID hack could crack open 2 billion smart cards (Computerworld)

Outsourcing helps Valley business
Computer Aid of South Whitehall Twp. does software engineering
(Allentown Morning Call)

SAP: Bernstein Upgrades After Stock’s Recent Slid (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Siemens Chief Loses Investor Trust With Earnings Cut (Bloomberg)

Science Center’s Integromics Receives 2007 Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation of the Year Award (BusinessWire)

Accenture to expand lifesciences R&D unit (Economic Times of India)

New Release Features Substantial Credit Card Management and Controls (Accounting Software 411)

FreedomPay(R) Announces the Patriot Card(TM), A Virtual Payment Card Leveraging the Benefits of ACH and Check Conversion Networks (PRNewswire)

ICG Commerce Drives Strong Growth in 2007 (Marketwire via CNNMoney)

SAS Opens Up SAS OnDemand for Academics (Campus Technology)

Summit showcases broadband’s fiscal benefit to New Jersey (Princeton Business Journal)

NJTC Members Take 'Techie' Message to Washington DC (PRNewswire)

High-tech scavenger hunt is a business plan hit at Princeton Univ. (Princeton Business Journal)

IDS Scheer Announces Expansion of Partnership with Supply-Chain Council at Supply-Chain World Conference (BusinessWire)

TEMIS Named to KMWorld Magazine's Top 100 List of Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management (PRNewswire)

Innovation Philadelphia Hosts 'Opportunities Abound' Networking Event (PRNewswire)