Daily Links 12/2/2010: GSA choses Google, Unisys for hosted email

First Hands-On Impressions of Verizon 4G: It’s Fast! (Gigaom)

Clearwire Plans to Sell at Least $1.1 Billion of Debt (Bloomberg)

Motorola Buys Connected Home And Energy Management Software Developer 4Home (TechCrunch)

Motorola eyes home streaming to mobile (Reuters)

Liberty Exits IAC For Evite, Gifts.com And $220M In Cash – Diller Steps Down As CEO (TechCrunch)

US agency chooses Google for hosted e-mail (Computerworld)
The actual contract was awarded to Unisys, which is partnering with Google and others. Although not that large, it is considered an important strategic win for Google.

SAP's HANA goes into ramp up, Accenture partners on Business ByDesign (ZDNet Blogs)

FCC's New Net Neutrality Plan: Has Anything Changed? (PC Magazine)

Cable's $5B Biz Services Bonanza (Light Reading Cable)

Comcast eliminates cable HQ in Montco (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Time Warner digital guru says Netflix will have to raise its prices (VentureBeat)

Wharton MBA conference theme: mobile revolution (Philadelphia Business Journal: Technology Blog)

For Newspapers, the Future Is Now: Digital Must Be First (Gigaom)
On CEO John Paton of the Journal Register group.

Calling All Wall Streeters: NYC’s Got A New FinTech Incubator (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)
Might be of interest to some of the many Philly-area FinTech people.