Daily Links 8/4/2011: Monetate raises $15 million

Monetate Raises $15M Led By OpenView Venture Partners to Further Extend Its Market Leadership (Marketwire)

Monetate Raises $15 Million For Realtime Testing And Targeting Platform (TechCrunch)

SAP says hiring actively in China, India (Reuters)

SAP Brings Your Subsidiaries, HQ Closer
Your headquarters wants to run SAP on-premises software, but subsidiaries want Business ByDesign SaaS suite? No problem, says SAP.
(Information Week)
SAP releases new version of Business ByDesign.

Comcast Sues DirecTV Over 'Deceptive' Claims of 'Free' Televised NFL Games (Hollywood Reporter)

DirecTV Second-Quarter U.S. Sub Gains Weaken (Hollywood Reporter)

TV Everywhere is the new DRM (Gigaom)

Comcast Pulls SeaChange VOD Servers: Sources
Cisco Now MSO's Primary Video-on-Demand Server, Industry Sources Say
(Multichannel News)

What Does Dynamic Ad Insertion Mean for Advertisers and Comcast? (Comcast Voices/Comcast Corporate Blog)

Why You Can’t Share That Wireless Data Plan (Zatz Not Funny)

Clearwire Goes It Alone With Faster 4G (Light Reading Mobile)

Clearwire Needs More Cash; Investors Throw In The Towel (Forbes: The Tech Trade)
Clearwire is off 29% on the day.

Interactive Map: The United States of Venture Capital (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)

AppMobi's New XDK Lets You Build HTML5 Apps, for Web or Mobile (Read Write Web)

Advent International and Oberthur Group Enter into Exclusive Negotiations for the Acquisition of Oberthur Technologies’ Card Systems and Identity Activities (Business Wire)
Oberthur manufactures smart cards in Exton.

Kenexa Announces Acquisition of The Ashbourne Group
Expands Kenexa's Presence in U.K. Public Sector; Combined Entity Brings Significant Value to Clients