Top Philly Tech News posts last week: 1/30 to 2/7/2014

Mobile Monday Mid-Atlantic focuses on how mobile healthcare startups can work with large healthcare organizations (Monday)

Newtown-based Epam Systems responds to, slams articles reporting ties to US healthcare website

Aereo out of capacity in New York, Atlanta and Miami (Update: NY open again to new subs)

Ben Franklin Approves $2M for Eleven Early-Stage Companies

Six Philly-area companies on Forbes' 'America's Most Promising Companies'

Some noteworthy tweets of the past week:

Saturday Highlights 2/8/2014; IBM shows off enhanced Kenexa offerings

IBM Joins the Shifting Talent-Management War with Kenexa offerings (Human Resources Executive Online)

4 Ways Likes Facebook (Information Week)

You Can Explain eBay's $50 Billion Turnaround With Just This One Crazy Story (Business Insider)
Gives much of credit to Jack Abraham, former Penn student and founder of Milo (sold to eBay)

Astros Appeal Order Placing CSN Houston under Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection (Multichannel News)

Yuengling pushing distribution into Massachusetts (Pottsville Republican-Herald)

The battle for Philly's biggest media brands will be fought in Delaware (Philadelphia Daily News)