Comcast-NBC Universal: Will the Marriage of Cable and Content Work? (Knowledge@Wharton)

Sprint: Today, An Upgrade, As Citi Turns Bullish; Will It Merge With T-Mobile? (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Sprint's Hesse commits to Clearwire, hints at new 4G pricing scenarios (Fierce Wireless)

Kulicke & Soffa's CEO to retire in June 2011 (EE Times)

GSI’s Fun Weekend (Wall Street Journal: Digits)

SAP Sets Pace on 'Flexible' Software Pricing
The German software maker is blazing new trails by letting customers pay for licenses over longer stretches. Microsoft, Oracle, and Adobe aren't far behind
(Business Week)

SAP: We're serious about SAP on-demand (

SAP: Out with the Old, Shrugging Off The Tag (Enterprise Irregulars)

SAP: All-in-One Carbon, Energy, Sustainability Software
SAP promises new software to integrate carbon counting, energy efficiency, environmental monitoring and social responsibility reporting.
(Greentech Media)

PSERS Reports Q3 Results (PE Hub)

Motorola Expands 4G Broadband During 2009 as It Builds Momentum for WiMAX and LTE in 2010 (PR Newswire)

Microsoft Buys Health-Care Software Company (IDG via New York Times)

Herley Reports Earnings for First Quarter of Fiscal 2010 (PR Newswire)