Daily Links 1/26/10: Verizon to cut another 13,00 jobs

Verizon Sales Miss Estimates on Drop in Business Subscribers
(Bloomberg via Business Week)

Verizon FiOS Growth Slowing Down
Telco also continues to lose DSL subscribers
(Broadband Reports)

Verizon To Cut 13,000 More Wireline Jobs; Sees No Wireless Capacity Issues From Smart Phones (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Comcast/NBCU File Deal With Justice (Multichannel News)

Ametek Q4 profit up 18 pct (Reuters)

AMETEK Acquires Sterling Ultra Precision
Acquisition Strengthens AMETEK's Position in Niche Ophthalmic Lens Market
(PR Newswire)

IBM About to ‘Initiate’ Major MDM Purchase? (Seeking Alpha)

Oracle Cramdown Vs. SAP Kumbaya? (Information Week: Global CIO Blog)

MoneyTree: Worst venture year since ’97 (Philadelphia
Business Journal: Technology Blog)

Forget Cable’s WiMAX Dreams: Cox Trials LTE Network (GigaOM)

Oracle Sues Rimini Street For 'Massive Theft'
Rimini's heavily discounted support offerings for Siebel, JD Edwards, and PeopleSoft apps are illegal, Oracle claims in court documents.
(Information Week)

SunGard Availability Services Expands Operations With New Data Center in Northern California (PR Newswire)

Acorn Energy Announces Preliminary Revenue for 2009 up 51% versus 2008; Sets 2010 Guidance (PR Newswire)

Philadelphia unveils new high tech mobile command post

Neighborhood IT Center Opens in Logan Section of Phila. (KYW Newsradio)