SAP to accept liability in Oracle's TomorrowNow lawsuit

SAP accepts liability in Oracle theft lawsuit (MarketWatch)
Funny, I had just tweeted a short time before this was announced how Oracle could just take the money it got from SAP and give it to the feds (Bloomberg: Oracle Damages in False Claims Case May Reach $1 Billion).

Daily Links 8/5/2010: Google, Verizon Deny Talks to End Net Neutrality

Kulicke & Soffa Q3 beats, sees strong Q4 rev (Reuters)

SunGard Announces Second Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)

Google, Verizon Deny Talks to End Net Neutrality (But They Are Talking) (Mashable)

FCC: No More Closed-Door Neutrality Meetings (Broadband Reports)

Reps Seek Info From Comcast, MSNBC, Others On Web Tracking, Targeting (Broadcasting & Cable)

Clearwire Clears Up LTE Plans (Light Reading Mobile)

Comcast’s Social Video Discovery Engine Tunerfish Comes To The iPhone (TechCrunch)

DailyCandy Launches ‘Style Alerts’ On Android; NYC Gets It First (paidContent)
Comcast subsidiary will partner with New York-based startup Xtify, which just raised $2.8 million from investors including Conshohocken's SeventySix Capital.

IBM, Aetna Intro Cloud Healthcare Decision Support (Infomation Week)

NetSuite Q2 Tops Estimates (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
As it prepares for competition from SAP's new version of Business ByDesign.

Implications of FDA’s Warning Letter to Novartis Regarding Facebook Share Widget
(Pharma Marketing Blog)

Princeton Power Systems Chooses International Battery’s Large-Format Lithium-Ion Batteries for Next Generation Solar Generation System (Business Wire)