Daily Links 11/12/2010: Oracle May Not Show Apotheker Testimony, Lawyer Says

InterDigital Sees Q4 Revs Above Ests; Notes Loss Of Customer (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

PIC, Greenlink Merge, Boon To Local TV Advertisers (MediaPost: Media Daily News)
GreenLink Networks, based in Wayne, raised $3.5 million last year from Guggenheim Venture Partners and others.

Comcast prepared to give Ted Harbert big NBC job (LA Times: Company Town)

Comcast’s Tunerfish social TV app gets a new face (VentureBeat)

Comcast: Google TV Isn't Compatible With Our 'TV Everywhere' Service
Separately, Hulu Video on MSO's Fancast Site Being Blocked for Business Reasons
(Multichannel News)

MedQuist Reports Third Quarter 2010 Results (PR Newswire)

Skyfiber Completes Successful Philadelphia Port Biometric Trial With ePortation (PR Web)

Welcome To The Wild West Of Venture Capital (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)
Comments largely echoed by Fred Wilson in his A VC post today.

Oracle May Not Show Apotheker Testimony, Lawyer Says (Bloomberg)

BlogWell 2010: SAP’s Social Media Strategy (SAP Web 2.0)

First Round’s Charlie O’Donnell on What’s Right/Wrong with NY Tech Scene (PE Hub)


Another Area Cloud Startup: Freedom OSS

While one Philly-area cloud computing vendor was just acquired by a major corporation (Boomi by Dell), another interesting cloud startup may be emerging. Newtown-based Freedom OSS provides Integrated Cloud Service Management to companies with an emphasis on maintaing security and compliance. They are doing some interesting things; they are a partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and will be presenting with AWS CTO Werner Vogels in Chicago on November 16. One of the subjects covered there will be on how Lionsgate Entertainment migrated its SAP applications to a cloud enviornment using Freedom OSS' services.