Daily Links 8/31/2011: Justice Department moves to block AT&T/T-Mobile deal

U.S. Files Antitrust Complaint to Block AT&T, T-Mobile Merger (Bloomberg)

Justice Dept. to block AT&T's T-Mobile deal (CNET News)

AT&T: Deal’s Dead, Says Bernstein; It Ain’t Over, Says Wells (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Perzel: 'I'm sorry that I let you down.' (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Charges centered on use of State funds for software that aided GOP campaigns.

Scott Maxwell: What Prick Will Pop the Bubble? (PE Hub)
Scott Maxwell founded Boston-based OpenView Venture Partners, which this month has announced major investments in two Philly-area ventures: Monetate and NextDocs.

The Bidding War Over Hulu Erupts – Find Out Who's In And Who's Out Here (Silicon Alley Insider)

Comcast to introduce low-cost Internet service for low-income families (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Versus to Launch ‘NBC SportsTalk’ Live Studio Show at 6pm on Sept. 8 (Hollywood Reporter)

Bloomberg TV Takes New Shot At Comcast Over Channel Placement (paidContent)

Dell Cloud Business Applications video feaures Boomi and its CTO Rick Nucci (Dell via YouTube)

Salesforce.com Revs up Mobile Strategy With HTML5 (PC World)

Salesforce.com's Benioff inspired by Arab Spring (Reuters)

Salesforce.com, Dun & Bradstreet Launch Data.com (PC World)

QlikTech Announces New Salesforce Chatter Integration for the QlikView Business Discovery Platform; Enables Collaborative Decision Making by Leveraging Chatter Connect to Deliver Social Conversations to QlikView Business Discovery Apps (Business Wire)

CardioNet shares sink to life-low on DoJ probe (Reuters)