FCC to reclassify portions of broadband to assert authority over Internet access

Genachowski to reclassify portions of broadband to assert FCC authority over Internet access (Washington Post: Post Tech)
Seems like a quick turnabout from a few days ago, but not quite sure what it means or whether the FCC will have the legal power to enforce it.

Daily Links 5/5/2010: IBM and NetSuite connect with Cast Iron

Google Ups Its TV Bet, Invests In Invidi (All Things Digital: MediaMemo)
Invidi was headquartered in Princeton and still has significant operations there, although the official headquarters has apparently been moved to New York.
Inside Google's Invidi TV Advertising Deal (MediaPost: Around the Net in Online Media)

Five Cities Get Free Civic Apps Through Code for America (Mashable)
Philadelphia is one of the five.

IBM and NetSuite connect with Cast Iron (ZDNet Blogs)
Important read.

SAP delays local ByDesign cloud offering launch (The Australian)

Sysco Has Selected SAP to Help Transform Its Business (PR Newswire)

Vishay Reports Results for First Quarter 2010 (Business Wire)
Vishay Shares Slip As Q1 Revs Miss; Says Spin-Off On Track (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

BioClinica Announces First Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

USA Technologies, Inc. Commences $3 Million Public Offering (Business Wire)

Cable Show 2010: Motorola Touts 'Medios' Software, VOD Servers
Vendor to Showcase Media-Delivery Platform, On-Demand Servers
(Multichanel News)

More 4G in More Places, Says Clearwire (GigaOM)

Comcast: Reports Confirm Benefits Of NBCU Deal
Company says merger would have lack of adverse impact on online video distribution
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Cable Gets Its Wrist Slapped For Pretending To Offer Fiber
Better Business Bureau says Cox, Time Warner Cable ads mislead consumers
(Broadband Reports)