Daily Links 3/9/2011: ING preparing to sell Wilmington-based ING Direct USA

SAP ups its in-memory computing ante (Computerworld)

Apotheker Seeks to Save HP's `Lost Soul' With Expansion in Cloud Software (Bloomberg)

ING preparing to sell Wilmington-based ING Direct USA (Reuters)
Price could be as high as $10 billion, according to some reports.

Fresh off budget, Corbett tours Microsoft Technology Center (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Along with Steve Ballmer.

IBM Names Smarter Cities Winners (Information Week)
Philadelphia one of the initial 24.

Comcast Sees Bucks In Premium Tech Support
MSO's Xfinity Signature Support Service Priced From $4.95 to $19.95 per Month
(Multichannel News)

Comcast, Zoom Settle Dispute Over Modem Certification
Manufacturer Had Complained MSO's Testing Requirements Were Unreasonable
(Multichannel News)

Comcast Corp. hires cable industry lobbyist to oversee D.C. efforts (LA Times: Company Town)

SAP sees BI on tablets gaining ground with mobile workers
Software maker has 3,500 iPads in the field connected to business intelligence software

Sprint CEO Hesse: 4G strategy shortly, Clearwire is included (ZDNet Blogs)

Baltimore becoming a "Startup City" (Baltimore Sun: BaltTech)
Starting a DreamIt Ventures-like incubator program this summer.

Philly Pro Launches Smaller Shop To Avoid Registration (PE Hub)