Daily Links 1/7/10: Comcast/FCC appeals case over internet practices on tomorrow

FCC To Defend Reprimand Of Comcast For Internet Practices (Dow Jones via CNN Money)

Comcast CEO (again) rules out NBC move to cable (Radio Business Report/Television Business Report)

Motorola Strengthens IP Video Portfolio With Strategic Acquisition (PR Newswire)

Motorola at CES
(Media Experiences 2 Go-Motorola Blog)

Motorola Expands Media Mobility Solutions to Video Service Providers (PR Newswire)

CES 2010: Microsoft Expands IPTV Platform To Handle 'TV Everywhere' (Multichannel)

DivX TV: Online Television, No Box Required (Mashable)
This DivX product is the outgrowth of DivX's acquisition of AnySource Media of Malvern last September. I believe some of those people remain in Malvern (in fact, internet job postings suggest they've been looking to hire several people out there).

BuLogics Introduces World's First Wireless Controller for Smart Grid Metering
Bridges Z-Wave and ZigBee Technology Standards
(PR Newswire)

Oracle Buys Data Quality Vendor
DataLens technology will bolster Oracle's data hub, supply chain, and ERP applications, the database giant says.
(Information Week)

QlikView Offers the First Business Intelligence Application Built on Android (PR Newswire)

SEI to Add Loan Automation, Data Feeds to Outsourcing Services (Bank Systems & Technology)

MCCC Introduces iPhone Apps Programming Course (Montgomery County Community College)

Unisys, CardioNet are the best and worst local stocks for 2009 (Philly.com: Philly Inc)

University HealthSystem Consortium gets access to Executive Health Resources information (Philadelphia Business Journal)