Happy Cog's Philly office as one of "15 Developer/Hacker Women to Follow on Twitter".
Conshohocken's CardioNet said in a 8-K filing with the SEC last week that Matthew S. Margolies had "voluntarily" resigned from his position as Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing.
Camden's Cooper University Hospital reports that "all physician documentation within the hospital is now being done" using EHRs (Electronic Health Records).
Former Rhode Island Republican Senator Lincoln Chafee (now running for Governor as an independent) criticized the state's $75 million loan guarantee to Curt Schilling's video game development company, and also questioned the veracity of the Schilling "bloody sock" legend (that won't get you too far in New England). Although I tend to agree with Chafee on the loan; it seems like a lot of money for a state of Rhode Island's size.
Comcast says they "hope to make" Blackberry and Android versions available of its remote application for DVR scheduling and other functions, which currently runs on the iPhone and iPad Touch.
SAP, which is trying to make its enterprise software more end-user friendly, is working on an iGoogle-like feature for its NetWeaver portal named Enterprise Workspaces, to be ready for general availability later this year.
I really like Philly GIS company Azavea's new slogan, "Beyond dots on a map". I still have difficulty remembering their new name, though I understand that they had to drop Avencia for legal reasons.