Daily Links 11/03/09: For once, it sounds like Apple retail store is actually coming to Philly

Potential Comcast bid for NBC raises regulatory questions (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Earnings preview: Comcast to report 3Q results (Associated Press via Google News)

Comcast plans localized 'E! News'
Weekly, half-hour show will mix Hollywood, Asia news
(Hollywood Reporter)

Apple (finally) coming to Philly (Metro Philadelphia)

Heartland Payment Q3 profit lags Street
Heartland Issues Statement: VeriFone Attempts to Tamper with Heartland Payment Systems Customers
News Release Issued This Morning Includes False Claims About Heartland Service – as Well as VeriFone’s Own Support

(Business Wire)
See earlier VeriFone release

Kenexa Announces Financial Results for Third Quarter 2009 (Business Wire)

gsi interactive Rebrands as TrueAction on the Philosophy of Reflex Marketing
New Approach to Marketing Based on Actions Around Transactions
(Business Wire)

A decade of service for Lockheed satellite built in Newtown (Philadelphia Business Journal: Technology Blog)

SAP Needs To Make Some Significant Moves (Sramana Mitra on Strategy)

How Far Will Google Wave Go?
SAP's Gravity shows the online collaboration tool's future as a business platform.

What the Cisco/EMC/VMware Trinity Means For Cloud Computing (GigaOM)

iPipeline Acquires AgencyWorks and Adds Agency Management Services (Business Wire)

Safend Named to the 2009 Israel Technology Fast 50 (Marketwire)

More schools opening door to technology (Philadelphia Inquirer)