Daily Links 12/16/2010: SAP buys German maker of XBRL tools

InfoLogix to Be Acquired by Stanley Black & Decker for $61.2 Million (Business Wire)
Price more than double InfoLogix' Wednesday closing price.
InfoLogix to be sold to Stanley, Horsham office and jobs will remain (Philadelphia Business Journal)

SAP buys German maker of XBRL tools (Computerworld)

Philadelphia Manufacturing Expands by Most Since 2005 (Bloomberg)
Philly Fed Business Outlook Survey

First Round Capital's Amazing Holiday Video (Silicon Alley Insider)

Comcast/NBCU: No Basis For Online Conditions
Online Access Conditions Still Expected In FCC Decision On Deal
(Multichannel News)

Writers on E! and other Comcast cable networks vote for guild representation (LA Times: Company Town)

Comcast completes Phila. cable upgrade (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Tune Your TV from Your Computer with XfinityTV
(Comcast Voices /Comcast Corporate Blog)

Oracle FYQ2 Beats; Rev $8.6B, EPS $.51 (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Oracle Cloud Office Takes Aim At Microsoft, Google
(Information Week)

NextGen Healthcare Secures Agreement with Renowned Ophthalmology Institution (Business Wire)

Alteva's Local Anywhere: A new twist on hosted VoIP. (VoIPPlanet)

Personal Computer Alternative, Telikin Unveiled at CES (Business Wire)