Daily Links 3/31/2011: New Hope's myYearbook buys a bunch of Android Apps

MyYearbook Buys Five Android Apps in Mobile Gaming Push (All Things Digital: NetworkEffect)

Will Google Pick Additional Fiber Cities?
New Hints That Kansas City is Just the Start
(Broadband Reports)

Comcast In TidalTV's $30 Million Round
NEA Leads Funding Into Baltimore-based Video Ad Startup
(Multichannel News)

Theater Owners Fuming Over Studios' VOD Plan (Hollywood Reporter)

Time Warner Cable blinks first in fight with programmers over iPad app (LA Times: Company Town)

Quintiq Posts Record-Breaking Revenues in 2010, Projects 40% Growth in 2011 (PR Newswire)
Quintiq has dual headquarters in the Netherlands and Radnor.

SAP: We will become largest supplier to banks by 2015 (Computerworld UK)

Enterprise M&A In Pictures, Courtesy Of 451 Group (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Organic LED firm raises $250M in offering
Universal Display Corporation boosts its balance sheet as it completes a public offering of 5.75 million shares.
Universal Display is based in Ewing, NJ.

Ben Franklin and the art of business development

Virtual Aliens, Squid and Rainbow Coming to Philadelphia as Augmented Reality Exhibit Opens in April (Business Wire)