Daily Links 1/20/10: FCC Requires Cable Firms to Share Local Sports Channels

FCC Set to Close Cable Program Access Loophole (Associated Press via ABC News)
FCC Votes To Close Terrestrial RSN Exemption
Count Is 4-1; McDowell Expects To See Court Challenge
(Multichannel News)

Comcast Replaces McAfee, Widens Security Program (PC Magazine)

NYC Seed Launches Summer Incubator for Startups (Read Write Web via New York Times)

RES Software Continues to Drive Global Expansion with New North America (Business Wire)

SAP User Group Claims Victory In Support Battle (Information Week)

Tyco chairman: No merger mania despite big buy (Philly.com: Philly Deals)

Princeton announces plans for new research computing center at Forrestal (News at Princeton)

Zycus Receives Red Herring Global 100 Award (Business Wire)

SunTec Wins the Prestigious Red Herring Global 100 Award (Business Wire)

Presenters and keynote announced for 3rd annual Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic DEMO Night (Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic)

Five Consecutive Years of Growth for Portico Systems
Integrated Provider Management Solutions Position Health Plans for Competitive Advantage in a Post-reform Market
(Business Wire)
Portico says it has several open positions its trying to fill.

Law Firms in Heartland Cases Criticizing Proposed Settlement (Credit Union Times)

CoPilot Live now offers almost complete nav app for free (The Unofficial
Apple Weblog)
CoPilot is based in Princeton.