Daily Links 9/10/2010: Key Wall Street analyst questions growth outlook for consumer Pay TV spending

QlikTech opens Hong Kong office (Computerworld Hong Kong)

Motorola MZ600 Tablet Appears in Verizon Inventory (Phandroid)

Mass-mailing 'Here you have' worm hits in-boxes (CNET News)

Moffett: Where Will Money Come From For Pay TV Price Increases?
Cable, Satellite Face Years Of Reduced Discretionary Consumer Spending
(Multichannel News)

Business Groups Question Net Neutrality Rules
(IDG via New York Times)

Everyone's Mad About the iPad (Light Reading Cable)

Instem Announces Centrus Solution Suite for Early Drug Development (Business Wire)

Carpe Diem SAP: Hit Oracle While Its Dazed and Confused (CIO.com)

Global CIO: Gunning For IBM & Oracle, HP Plans Optimized-Systems Blitz (Information Week)

SunGard Appoints Young & Rubicam for New Brand Advertising Campaign (Marketwire)

Social Media Savvy Cities: The 17 Most 'Social' Cities Ranked By NetProspex (Huffington Post)
Philadelphia ranks 14th for whatever reason; HuffPost has its own poll along side its article where you can weigh in.