Daily Links 6/10/2010: Army Experience Center in Northeast will close

Army Experience Center in Northeast will close (Philadelphia

Azavea (Formerly Avencia) Awarded NSF SBIR Grant to Explore Use of GPUs for Faster Geographic Data Processing (PR Web)

Franken Grills Varney On Comcast-NBCU-Like Mergers
Assistant AG For Antitrust Assures Senator Justics Doesn't Rely On Promises
(Multichannel News)

Cablevision, Charter Among Bidders For Bresnan, WSJ Reports
(Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Comcast owns 30% of Bresnan.

Hulu plans to charge, expand to devices: sources (Reuters)

Google TV Is A Bigger Deal Than You Think (Forrester

Allscripts-Eclipsys Merger: Electronic Health Records Land Grab (Forbes: The Science Business)
This deal raises questions about how Quality Systems Inc., which owns Allscripts competitor NextGen Healthcare of Horsham, will respond.

Internet Week proves New York rivals Silicon Valley in tech savvy (Newark Star-Ledger)

GSI Commerce Founder and CEO Michael G. Rubin Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2010 Award Winner in Greater Philadelphia (Business Wire)

Search No More: PA Companies Lead Online Marketing Revolution (Keystone Edge)

Would Software AG be a good fit for SAP? (Computerworld)

Software AG, IDS Scheer Employees Face Insider-Trading Probe
(Bloomberg Business Week)

VCopious Announces SAP Software License Agreement
SAP Global Marketing unveils proprietary virtual environment software platform at SAPPHIRE® NOW
(PR Newswire)