Daily Links 5/6/2010: FCC decides on "third way" to regulate broadband; Comcast "disappointed".

How the FCC Plans to Regulate Internet Lines (Wall Street Journal: Digits)

FCC statement on 'third way' for broadband (CNET News)

Comcast “Disappointed” With FCC Move To Reclassify Broadband
(Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Clearwire May Dump WiMAX (GigaOM)

Clearwire Reports Strong First Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)

SunGard Announces First Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces First Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Heartland Payment Systems Reports First Quarter Results (Business Wire)

Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. Reports Results for its Second Fiscal Quarter 2010 (Business Wire)
CEO Scott Kulicke cites "current, unprecedented demand for semiconductor assembly capacity".

International Battery Closes Series C Financing Round (Business Wire)

Hasso on Hasso (ZDNet Blogs)
Interesting, amusing "self-interview" by SAP co-founder Hasso Plattner in advance of SAPPHIRE presentation.

Kaplan EduNeering and ProtonMedia Announce Alliance
Partnership to combine Kaplan’s online compliance and knowledge solutions with ProtonMedia’s leading 3-D virtual environment, ProtoSphere, to help life sciences companies speed collaborative decision-making while meeting regulatory requirements
(Business Wire)

DreamIt Ventures Kicks Off 2010 Program on May 7 (Business Wire)

Introducing Motorola Medios, Part One (Motorola Blog: Media Experieces 2 Go)

Dockers Holds Pitch but Awards Digital Creative to None of the Contenders
Levi Strauss Brand Shifts Digital Buying From Razorfish to OMD
(Ad Age)
GSI Commerce's agency to play a role.

DormNoise rounds up $500k Series A funding (Mass High Tech)
DormNoise was founded by 21-year-old University of Pennsylvania junior Jay Rodrigues, though the company is now based in Cranston, RI.