Daily Links 11/25/09: GE-Vivendi discussions make progress

Comcast's holiday show is a breakout in 3-D (Philadelphia Inquirer)
The photo in the article reminds me of a scene from the later Star Trek episodes.

GE-Vivendi Talks on NBC Said to Progress as Immelt, Levy Meet (Bloomberg)

Worse Than The NBC-Comcast Deal? No Deal (Forbes)

TiVo: Glass Half-Full or Half-Empty? (Business Week: The Tech Beat)

Lost In The Android Bazaar (MediaPost: Mobile Insider)
At King of Prussia Mall.

U.S. Senators Press EU to End Oracle-Sun Probe
Bipartisan group cites DoJ clearance as reason enough, but there might be one particular reason why it won't be.

SAP says emerging markets stabilizing (Reuters)

SAP needs to do more with centers of excellence, analyst says (SearchSAP.com)

Clearwire Raises $920 Million More To Fund WiMax Buildout
Cable-Backed Wireless Broadband Player Secures $2.8 Billion Total in New Debt and Equity

Dataram Reports Fiscal 2010 Second Quarter Financial Results (Business Wire)
Dataram Rally Reverses Following FY Q2 Results
(Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Viridity Energy Congratulates Con Edison on Smart Grid Stimulus Funding
Viridity Energy will work with Con Edison and the New York City Economic Development Corp. to optimize advanced building technologies for City-owned properties
(Business Wire)