Daily Links 5/9/2013: Clutch launches mobile shopping app; McCain preparing Pay TV overhaul legislation
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McCain is prepping legislation to overhaul pay-TV business (LA Times: Company Town)
Not sure about this given McCain's history as regulating/deregulating legislator.
Dish’s Ergen: we prefer working with broadcasters over Aereo
Cablevision Swings to First-Quarter Loss (Hollywood Reporter)
Clutch Launches First Unified Mobile Shopping App for Android
Company Introduces Program to Reward Consumers Every Time They Use the Clutch App
Clutch Aims To Replace All Your Favorite Shopping Apps (Mashable)
One Social Media Start-Up Rises From the Ashes of Another (New York Times)
On Philly's Curalate.
“Web Clipping 2.0″ Service Clipboard Acquired By Salesforce, Will Be Shuttered On June 30th (TechCrunch)
First Round Capital was an early investor.
EPAM Systems Reports Results for First Quarter 2013
Universal Display Corporation Announces First Quarter 2013 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Infosys partners with SAP for mobile applications (CIOL)
What to expect at SAP's Sapphire
HANA, the cloud and social software are among the issues on tap (Computerworld)
Think enterprise software is complex? Check out the licences
It's simple economics - and you're the simpleton (The Register)
The CDnow Data Center, Circa 2000 (Peregrine Salon)