Daily Links 10/28/09: SAP shares plunge after forecast reduction

SAP Cuts Software-Sales Forecast; Shares Decline (Bloomberg)
SAP Software: No Global Upturn Yet (Business Week)
SAP helps sink NASDAQ, but the software maker may be a poor indicator (Daily Finance)

Unisys Announces Third-Quarter 2009 Financial Results (Business Wire via Reuters)
Unisys actually makes a profit!

Unisys venture wins $500m contract extensions
(Philadelphia Inquirer)

Operator of ‘Private’ Web Sales Is Acquired (New York Times)

Philly Papers’ Fate Uncertain, As Lenders Reject Settlement (paidContent)

Droid Unveiled in NYC (GigaOM)

Nokia-Apple row may last more than 1 year (Reuters)

InterDigital Announces Third Quarter 2009 Financial Results
Net Income Triples to $30.6 Million, or $0.69 per Share
(Business Wire)

CMC Flips Open Yellow Pages On TV
HITS AxiS Service Launches Commercially for Small/Midsize Operators
(Multichannel News)

Mistras Delivers 19.3% First Quarter Revenue Growth and Announces FY2010 Guidance
(PR Newswire)

SAP BusinessObjects Explorer Offers Better Search, User Interface (eWeek)

Obama tech adviser Susan Crawford plans departure (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Reed Technology Launches Comprehensive, Web-based Drug Label Database (Business Wire)