Daily Links 5/3/2010: FCC Chairman Genachowski leaning towards leaving broadband services deregulated
Philadelphia competes for tech expertise (WHYY)
FCC Chairman Genachowski expected to leave broadband services deregulated (Washington Post)
e-Dialog Acquires Database Marketing Solutions Provider MBS (Business Wire)
e-Dialog is a division of GSI Commerce.
IBM Advances Cloud Initiatives With Acquisition of Cast Iron Systems (PR Newswire)
One of Cast Iron's major competitors is Boomi of Berwyn, which I imagine has a few suitors of its own.
IBM to build out hub for cloud of clouds with Cast Iron acquisition (ZDNet Blogs)
With a few words from Boomi.
SAP, Waste Management Settle Lawsuit (PC World)
Verizon Mum On How They Determine A City's Worthy Of FiOS
Baltimore holds hearing to (unsuccessfully) find out why they were overlooked (Broadband Reports)
SPRINT, CLEAR SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA (Going WiMax)
USA Technologies, Inc. Announces Third Quarter Fiscal 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Apriva Challenges USA Technologies in Cashless-Vending Market (Digital Transactions)
Germany's Software AG says 1Q net profit up 9 pct (Associated Press via MSnbc)
Technitrol Reports Q110 Results; Dividend Declared (Business Wire)