Daily Links 6/24/2010: iPhone 4 Seekers Swamp Local Malls

iPhone 4 Seekers Swamp Local Malls (Fox29)

Oracle Profit Jumps 25% to Beat Street Estimates (Daily Finance)
Oracle Q4 turns in strong revenue and earnings (ZDNet Blogs)

EU Seeks Outside Opinions on SAP-Sybase Deal (PC World)

Unisys plans for St. Louis facility, add 300 jobs (Associated Press via Bloomberg Business Week)

Clearleap, Roku Shop Web Video Combo to Cable (Light Reading Cable)

FCC stops time clock on NBCU-Comcast review (The Hill)

NBC Universal Decides Not To Sell ShopNBC Stake On Weak Stock (Dow Jones Newswires via NASDAQ.com)

Exciting FanGamb Changes, Moving to Europe
(Robert Shedd)
Former DreamIt Ventures startup.

Health IT Boot Camp To Accelerate Professional Certification
The five-day crash course in health IT and e-medical records can lead to professional certification for IT pros and clinicians.
(Information Week)
To be conducted by Trevose-based Training Camp.

FreedomPay surpasses 1,000 client milestone since launching its FreeWay™ Transaction Gateway in 2009
(Business Wire)

SAS buys maker of police software (Raleigh News & Observer)
Claims Philadelphia police, Delaware and Pennsylvania state police as customers.