Daily Links 7/19/2010: Verizon preparing for LTE rollout

As Niche Gets Crowded, Studio Watches Its Back (New York Times)
Comcast rumored as possible suitor for DreamWorks.

Verizon's LTE rollout is imminent, computers updated for 4G SIM cards (Engadget)

NSN to Buy Moto's Wireless Biz for $1.2B (Light Reading Mobile)

Worst VC investment year since ’96 (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Google's growth in city puts Pittsburgh in top tier of regional sites (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Andrew Kortina and Iqram Magdon-Ismail, Founders of Venmo (Inc.: 30 Under 30)

Swift to acquire SunGard's Ambit Messaging Hub (Finextra)

SAP Walks Tightrope Selling Business ByDesign (CIO.com)

SAP extends offer period for Sybase buy to July 26 (Reuters)

Down To Business: Oracle Suit Casts Shadow On Rimini Gains
Alternative provider of software support services gaining enterprise customers, despite Oracle suit's chilling effect.
(Information Week)

Epocrates plans $75 million IPO, again (Mobile Health News)