Daily Links 10/28/2010: SAP Bullish Despite Third Quarter Shortfall

Oracle Says SAP Won’t Contest Infringement Claims (Bloomberg)
Asks judge to delay trial's beginning.

SAP Bullish Despite Third Quarter Shortfall
Executives slam Oracle while highlighting sales gains and growth prospects.
(Information Week)

Oracle vs. SAP: Battle of Fall 2010 Balance Sheets (CIO.com)

Oracle: Google 'Directly Copied' Our Java Code (IDG via New York Times)

What seed-stage star Christine Herron’s move to Intel Capital means (VentureBeat)
Leaves First Round Capital.

Moffett: TV Cord Cutters 'Poor' & Eating 'Dog's Breakfast' (Broadband Reports)

Motorola Profit Tops Estimates on Rising Sales of Droid Phones (Bloomberg)
Motorola looking at 3 cities plus staying here for headquarters (Chicago Sun-Times)
Philadelphia is not one of them.

Arris Rides Docsis Roller Coaster in Q3 (Light Reading Cable)

SunGard Announces Third Quarter 2010 Results (Business Wire)

SevOne Is on the Move
Leading Network Performance Management Company Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Accommodate Growth

SeaChange, icueTV Link Up For T-Commerce
Vendors Team Up to Combine DVD Purchasing App with Fulfillment Platform
(Multichannel News)

CDI Q3 results beat estimates, sees Q4 rev growth (Reuters)

Tyco Electronics profit tops estimates (Reuters)

Ben Franklin (Northeast) to Invest $420,000 in PA Technology Companies (Business Wire)