Daily Links 8/22/2012: Judge says TruePosition lawsuit can proceed; NextGen Healthcare President leaving

Quality Systems, Inc.’s NextGen Healthcare President Scott Decker to Leave Post
I have no information about what came out of last week's shareholders meeting and proxy fight, so I don't whether this move was related to that. NextGen Healthcare is based in Horsham.

Comcast losses bid to limit class action case (Reuters)

Comcast to unite forces in Chattanooga (Chattanooga Times Free Press)

Motorola Mobility Licenses Comcast Software to Expedite Next-Gen Video Services Delivery
Reference Design Kit Speeds Set-Top Development to Rapidly Drive the Evolution of TV
(PR Newswire)

Motorola Still Tight With Comcast (Light Reading Cable)

NJ governor signs university merger bill (AP via CBS Money Watch)

Aereo sues to squash copycat BarryDriller (Gigaom)

Liberty Media unit [Berwyn-based TruePosition] mobile phone lawsuit can proceed: judge (Reuters)

Siemens Healthcare Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire [Plymouth Meeting-based] Penrith Corporation (PR Newswire)

Robin Hood Ventures funds OneTwoSee (Philadelphia Business Journal)

T-Mobile USA to offer unlimited HSPA+ data from Sept. 5 (Computerworld)