Daily Links 2/11/2010: SAP appoints new COO; Schwarz resigns

Motorola targets first quarter of 2011 for split into two (Engadget)
Motorola Press Release

DOJ: No Need for Warrant for Cell Location Information (PC World)
Court of Appeals hearing scheduled for Philadelphia tomorrow.

Paperboy 2.0: Using the Cloud to Get Paid for Application and Content Subscriptions (ReadWriteCloud)

Aria Announces Aria Platform Standard and Enterprise Editions (Marketwire)

SAP Announces Subsequent Changes to Executive Board and Management in Support of New Co-CEO Structure (PR Newswire)
The resignation of John Schwarz is a bit of a surprise to me; he had been positioned as one of the key change agents at SAP recently.

Researchers create world’s first solar power circuit (SlashGear)
Developed at Penn.

Motorola May Spin Off, Not Sell Set-Top Box Business (Bloomberg via Business Week)

After Facebook, Google Looks to Eat Comcast's Lunch (The Atlantic Wire)

Al Franken uses conflict with NBC/Comcast execs to help raise cash (City Pages: The Blotter)

Quality Systems, Inc. Acquires Opus Healthcare Solutions
Acquisition Marks Entry into Rural and Community Hospital Market
(Business Wire)
To become part of NextGen Healthcare Information Systems in Horsham.

Siemens and NextGen Healthcare Renew Alliance To Deliver Ambulatory IT Solutions (PR Newswire)

USA Technologies, Inc. Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Startl Design Boost and Startl Accelerator (A VC)

Q&A: Valerie Gaydos, Private Investors Forum (Keystone Edge)

Lockheed’s N.J. unit wins $160M Navy contract (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Technology awards to be held Friday in Harrisburg (Harrisburg Patriot-News)