Daily Links 3/8/2011: Deutsche Telekom, Sprint said to be discussing T-Mobile USA Deal

Deutsche Telekom, Sprint Said to Discuss T-Mobile USA Deal

YouTube, Netflix, Hulu: Meet Facebook (All Things Digital: MediaMemo)

Facebook Could ‘Become a Credible Threat to Netflix,’ Says Goldman Sachs (Hollywood Reporter)

Netflix spooks Hollywood more than ever (CNET News)

Britt: Video Losses Unacceptable
TWC chairman says MSO looking at video subscribers with "renewed intensity"
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Comcast Courts the Cloud (Light Reading Cable)

Republicans pan FCC reasons for net neutrality rules (Washington Post: Post Tech)

Smarter Agent acquires Toor.me (Smarter Agent Blog)
Camden-based mobile real estate network acquires Seattle company that uses QR codes on properties.

Urban Outfitters’ Weak Quarter: A Hiccup or A “Yikes” (Barron's Blogs)
First disappointing news from Urban Outfitters in a long time. But the fashion business is like that.

Anexinet Named to Inaugural CRN Tech Elite 250 (Business Wire)

SAS Pushes BI to Apple's IPad, IPhones (PC World)

To BI or Not to BI – That is The Question for SAS (Information Management)

Seven Questions About CRM Software with Microsoft’s Mike Ehrenberg (All Things Digital: NewEnterprise)

The cable-TV installation will be easy. Want to buy some property under the Brooklyn Bridge? (Washington Post)
One writer's experience with Comcast.