Daily Links 3/3/2011: Comcast's Roberts aims to make the cable box cool

Cable TV In Pursuit Of Mobility (New York Times)

Comcast's Brian Roberts: The man who loves cable (LA Times: Company Town)

Comcast's Roberts aims to make the cable box cool, take on Netflix (ZDNet Blogs)

Brian Roberts on "Bloomberg West"

Lauren Zalaznick: How Hulu Will Evolve to Compete With Netflix (Hollywood Reporter)

Teradata Buys Aster Data, Boosts 'big Data' Wares (PC World)
First Round Capital was an early investor in Aster Data. Teradata is paying $263 million for the 89% it does not already own.

Does Kickfire + Aster + Teradata spell trouble? (ZDNet Blogs)

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2010 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Orbach Q&A: Strategics, VCs Drive Cloud Tech Surge (PE Hub)

Salesforce.com announces Service Cloud 3, Facebook integration (ZDNet Blogs)

DailyWorth Raises $850K To Become The Daily Candy For Personal Finance (TechCrunch)

Firm's data helps you decide on a wireless network (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Is AT&T's network better than Verizon Wireless' in the Philadelphia area? Verizon Wireless put out this press release today, probably not coincidentally.

Sprint Nextel and Clearwire Close to Resolving Pricing Dispute (DailyFinance)