Daily Links 3/25/2010: Comcast broadband meter live in (at least) parts of Philly area

Sarnoff will remain in N.J. after integrating with Calif. parent (NJBIZ.com)

GSI Commerce Expands Existing Line of Credit to $150 Million (Business Wire)

SAP's wasted passion (ZDNet Blogs)

Oracle Reports GAAP EPS of $0.23, Non-GAAP EPS of $0.38
Oracle FY Q3 In Line; Revs $6.4B; Non-GAAP EPS 38 Cents (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Oracle: Sun integration 'better than expected;' Exadata pipeline swells (ZDNet Blogs)

Mobs Are Born as Word Grows by Text Message (New York Times)

House Hearing Shapes Up as Title II Fight
Battle Brewing Over The Possibility Of FCC Reclassifying Internet Access
(Multichannel News)

Is DISH Network Buying TiVo? (Multichannel News)

Comcast Usage Meter Now In 25 States
With plans to expand meter nationally 'as soon as we can'
(Broadband Reports)
Including at least parts of Pennsylvania.

NBC gets financing for Comcast merger (Reuters)

Plaxo CEO Ben Golub Steps Down, To Be Replaced By Justin Miller (TechCrunch)
Plaxo was acquired by Comcast in 2008.

Messengers of Capital Deliver on Entrepreneurs' Dreams (Keystone Edge)
On the upcoming Angel Venture Fair.

PECO Selects Comverge for Energy Management Program (Business Wire)

Verizon says no to Clearwire proposal to merge WiMAX, LTE

Major League Soccer's slick new video service debuts in Seattle
(Seattle Times: Brier Dudley's Blog)

Finkelstein Uses Phillies Fever Defense
Online Ad, Solicitation Of Police Lead To Charges
(MyFox Philly)