Daily Links 5/19/2010: FCC brings in satellite exec to lead Comcast review

Attorney General Tom Corbett Subpoenaes Twitter To Identify Anonymous Critics (TechCrunch)
Corbett won the GOP gubernatorial primary yesterday.

US FCC taps satellite exec to manage Comcast review (Reuters)

CSC again wins $500M TSA infrastructure contract (Washington Technology)
Contract award was reevaluated after protest by previous holder Unisys.


Marketing and Mobile Technology – Event Recap (Mobile Mid-Atlantic)

Microsoft files rare patent lawsuit against Salesforce.com (Ars Technica)

Dow Electronic Materials Strengthens Presence in Korea (Business Wire)

Economics of WiFi-based Metropolitan Internet Service Providers
MuniWireless)

Viddler Business profile: Gamervision (The Viddler Blog)

Cloud Computing Entrepreneurs (ScribeMedia.org)

InterDigital and Capital Semiconductor Enter into 3G Technology Transfer Agreement (Business Wire)

Heartland Payment Systems® and MasterCard Agree to $41.4 Million Intrusion Settlement
Company has now reached breach-related settlements with three major card brands
(Business Wire)

Digital Signage support the center’s role as an incubator (Digital
Signage Expert)




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Wrapping up: SAPPHIRE 2010

SAP Adds Virtualization To Its Cloud Agenda
Application vendor partners with Cisco, EMC and VMware; plans more services-based apps and a July reintroduction of Business ByDesign.
(Information Week)

SAP plots in-memory database pilots, analytics appliance with HP (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP Announces In-Memory Analysis Technology
Business Analytic Engine promises business-user-accessible analysis of real-time information.
(Information Week)

SAPPHIRE 2010: the wrap (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP Sapphire 2010: Observations, News and Tweets (Network World)

Sybase Announces Sybase Mobility Platform (eWeek)




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