Daily Links 4/9/2012: FCC okays basic cable rate regulation in Boston

Comcast May Face Renewed Rate Regulation in Boston, FCC Says (Bloomberg)

Boston wins authority to control cable fees (Boston Globe)
Comcast says it will appeal.

Comcast spent heavily in support of anti-online piracy bills (The Hill)

TV Sets Are Connected To Internet In 38% Of Homes
Connected TVs in U.S. Increase from 24% Two Years Ago: Leichtman Research Group Survey
(Multichannel News)

Comcast Files Patent Application for Web TV Tech (Zatz Not Funny!)

Home automation: Comcast to add Technicolor touchscreen (Communications, Engineering & Design Magazine)

Jack Leidlein, First Round’s New Head of Talent, Wants To Hire You
But only if you're exceptional.

BAT signs £132m deal for cloud-based SAP
Company wants single instance of SAP across 65 countries
(Computerworld UK)

Oracle Database Systems Insufficient for ‘Big Data,’ Says WSJ (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Commodore founder Jack Tramiel dies at 83 (VentureBeat)

Move Over Eye Candy, Here Comes the Business Tech Boom (Bloomberg Business Week)

Fujikura Ltd. States Intent to Acquire Battelle Ventures’ New Jersey Portfolio Company Nistica, Inc.
Bridgewater-based developer of wavelength selective switches to network equipment manufacturers will operate as a Fujikura subsidiary
(Business Wire)

RCD Technology is Now Vizinex RFID, the Way You Imagined (PR Web)

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