Daily Links 8/4/2010: Report says Motorola and Verizon To Launch TV Tablet

UnitedHealth unit buys medical technology and consulting company (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Acquires Executive Health Resources of Newtown Square. No word on price yet, but earlier reports on the negotiations suggested it could be as much as $1.5 billion.

Motorola and Verizon To Launch TV Tablet, Report Says (PC World)
Verizon Could Take TV Wireless With New Tablet (NewTeeVee)

Why Clear's 4G iSpot is cheap: it's limited to iOS devices (Ars Technica)

Clearwire Announces New 4G LTE Technology Trials Expected to Yield Unmatched Wireless Speeds in the U.S. (Business Wire)

Clearwire Q2 Misses Ests; Partners With Cbeyond; Testing LTE (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Minority lawmakers back NBCU-Comcast merger (The Hill)
Though not all, at this point.

TicketLeap Launches New Platform, Brings Free Ticketing to Small Events (PR Newswire)

Salesforce pays Microsoft to settle patent infringement suit
(ZDNet Blogs)

Hot Prospects: Phin Barnes, First Round Capital (Reuters Blogs)

Heartland Payment posts 2nd-quarter profit, reversing year-ago loss, on transaction volume (AP via Canadian Business Online)

Kenexa’s Profit In Line With Expectations (ERE.net)

BioClinica Announces Second Quarter 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)
Lowers guidance for year.

QVC Hires Courtney Cason – First Multi-Media Host (Center Networks)

Vishay supplying components for 3D TV glasses (Philadelphia
Business Journal: Technology Blog)