News from The Cable Show 6/11/2013: Comcast Introduces X2



Cable Show 2013: Analysts Say Malone, Price Power Drive Optimism
But Programming Costs Drag Sector
(Multichannel News)

Comcast shows off a 3 gigabit broadband connection. That’s fast! (Gigaom)

Here’s how cable will hit gigabit speeds and create a tricky business problem in the process (Gigaom)

Comcast Expands Rollout of X1
MSO Launches IP-Capable Platform to Parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan
(Multichannel News)

Comcast's new X2 platform saves TV shows online (AP via Seattle Times)

Cable Show: Can Comcast Really Make Cable TV Cool and Fun?
(Variety)


Daily Links 6/11/2013: Letterpress named one of Apple's best-designed apps of 2013



Letterpress, Evernote, Procreate top Apple’s list of best-designed apps of 2013 (Gigaom)
Letterpress was created by Philly resident Loren Brichter.

Groceries Could Be Amazon’s Next Killer App — If It Can Solve the Math (Wired)
Quotes Quintiq CEO Victor Allis.

Workday raises cash possibly for Oracle financial applications war (ZDNet)

Why SAP selected this LA company for its exclusive Startup Focus program (PandoDaily)

Expert: Oracle's Fusion Applications still maturing, but offer real value (InfoWorld)



MindTouch Delivers For SAP And Salesforce By Turning The FAQ Into A Self-Service Sales Tool (TechCrunch)


SoftBank Raises Bid for Sprint to $21.6 Billion (New York Times: DealBook)

Unisys to Offer Unisys Stealth Solution for Amazon Web Services (PR Newswire)