Verizon, SAP Team Up on Cloud Enterprise Application Delivery (PR Newswire)
Oracle: Exadata Exploding, Says Piper (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Digitas Health Cuts Staff Across U.S. Offices (mediabistro.com: AgencySpy)
Reported 40 cuts, mostly in Philly & NY.
Plaxo throws in the social networking towel, refocuses on address books (VentureBeat)
Comcast unit does another pivot.
IT companies expand in county (Daily Local News)
Netflix's Streaming Costs Are Dropping Rapidly (Silicon Alley Insider)
Netflix: Hollywood’s Worst Nightmare (Wall Street Journal: Deal Journal)
Time Warner Cable Pulls 17 Channels From iPad App, Citing High Demand
Operator Says They'll Be Returned as Soon as a Fix Is in Place (Multichannel News)
Update: Time Warner Cable has restored all channels, but question remain about some programmers' willingness to continue cooperating.
Universal Display Corporation Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
The maker of OLED technologies, based in Ewing, NJ (outside of Trenton), has been a high-performing stock over the past year although its revenue base is still fairly small.
AppLabs Opens New Chicago Office (PR Newswire)
FERC Ruling Clears The Way For Demand Response In Wholesale Markets (Renew Grid)
Could benefit Conshohocken-based Viridity Energy.