Daily Links 4/29/2010: InterDigital revenues up 65%, Motorola's Home segment down 18%

Thinking Screen Pulls in $2 Million, Looks to Apple iPad (Xconomy Boston)
Scala of Exton invests in Thinking Screen and acquires part of company.

InterDigital Announces First Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Revenue up 65%.

Motorola posts profit, smartphone sales rise (Reuters via Washington Post)
Motorola's Home Sales Drop 18% In Q1
Division's Shipments Of Set-Top, Digital Entertainment Devices Decline 28% In Period
(Multichannel News)

New owners know money, but how about media? (Philadelphia Daily News)

Bill Gates to answer Philly students’ questions (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Partners Further Enrich SME On-Demand Solution SAP(R) Business ByDesign(TM) With Next Round of Complementary Solutions (PR Newswire)

Ex-SAP CEO talks about 'the next big thing' in IT (IDG via Bloomberg Business Week)

Groupon Competitor LivingSocial Has Now Raised $44 Million This Year (Mashable)
Expands into Philadelphia and three other markets.

Comcast: net neutrality should be less filling, taste great (Ars Technica)

Delaware business: Wilmington's creative collective
Entrepeneurs build an office space for like-minded folks
(Wilmington News Journal)

ERT Agrees to Acquire the Research Services Division of CareFusion (PR Newswire)
$81 million cash deal.
ERT Reports First Quarter 2010 Results (PR Newswire via MarketWatch)

CDI Corp. Reports First Quarter 2010 Results and Announces Dividend (PR Newswire)

Bring Pharma Into Social Media Mix (MediaPost Blogs)
Written by Katy Thorbahn, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Philly-based Razorfish Health.