Daily Links 4/15/2010: XIPWIRE launches mobile payment service in Philadelphia

XIPWIRE Launches Mobile Payment Service; Simple and Secure Text-to-Pay Technology is First of Its Kind in Philadelphia
- Free Until 2011, XIPWIRE Users Can Experience the Convenience of a Mobile Wallet -

(Business Wire)

April 2010 Business Outlook Survey (Federal Reserve Bank of

Biden sees technological 'resurrection' in Bethlehem (Allentown Morning Call)

Consumer Group Slams Frontier's New Overcharging Scheme
"Completely divorced from the underlying economics..."
(Broadband Reports)

Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable Strike Wi-Fi Pact
Customers of any three can now roam all three's Wi-Fi hotspots, free
(Broadband Reports)

FCC To Address Set-Top Boxes, CableCard at April 21 Meeting
Commission Seeks Rule Changes to Spur Set-Top Retail Market
(Multichannel News)

GSI Commerce Enters Strategic Software Distribution Agreement and Purchases Minority Interest in German E-commerce Software Company, Intershop Communications AG (Business Wire)

SEI Selected by Wells Fargo to Provide Processing for Wealth Management and Institutional Retirement Businesses (PR Newswire)

NewSpring Capital invests in Exegy (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Pennsylvania Senate to consider tough ticket resale law that bans 'bot' software (TicketNews)