Daily Links 8/3/2010: NetSuite slams SAP Business ByDesign

Pre-Launch Business Plans Are Always Wrong (Redeye VC via Silicon Alley Insider)

thePlatform Gives Content Owners More Control (Light Reading Cable)

Comcast Saves Y-Combinator Startup Fanvibe From Obscurity (Silicon Alley Insider)

Comcast-NBCU: View From the Top (Multichannel News)

FCC, Carriers Close To Largely Empty Neutrality Agreement (Broadband Reports)

A Content War on Three Fronts: Retrans, TV Everywhere and Tru2way
(Motorola Home Blog: Media Experiences 2 Go)

SAP Furthers SaaS Push With New Business ByDesign Release (Channel Web)

NetSuite slams SAP Business ByDesign (ZDNet Blogs)

Exclaim Mobility Acquires Mobicious
(Business Wire)
Exclaim Mobility, which is based in Princeton and operates mobile photo and video sharing service Pictavision, is backed with $7 million from Edison Ventures and Sycamore Ventures. The company says it is profitable.
Mobicious, which is based in Massachusetts, had raised $9 million and has 1.1 million registered users but couldn't raise more cash, Mass High Tech reports.

Kenexa Announces Financial Results for Second Quarter 2010 (Business Wire)
Revenue up 14%.

Vishay Q2 tops Street, sees strong Q3 revenue (Reuters)

Vishay Precision Group Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)
First financial report since being spun off as an independent company from Vishay Intertechnology.

WellPoint: Mobile heart monitor is “experimental” (Mobile Health News)