Daily Links 4/19/2011: Comcast, NHL reach 10-year deal reported to be worth $2 billion

NBC Sports, NHL Reach New TV Deal (Hollywood Reporter)
Press conference planned for 1pm ET.

Comcast Extends U.S. NHL Rights; Deal Said to Reach $2 Billion (Bloomberg)

With $4 Million From Comcast, Fwix Launches Its Own Open Places Databases (TechCrunch)

Sprint to pay Clearwire $1 billion for wireless services in new pricing deal (AP via Washington Post)

Sprint & Clearwire Kiss & Make Up. But Where’s WiMAX? (Gigaom)

Sprint/LightSquared Deal Expected Soon (Light Reading Mobile)

Symphony Technology Buys Drug Info Co. ImpactRx From VCs (Dow Jones LBO Wire)
Mt Laurel-based ImpactRX had previously raised about $37.5 million from VCs.

SAP’s Wookey Departure: Much Ado About Nothing (ASUG News)

Wolfram|Alpha & DuckDuckGo Conspire to Eat Google's Lunch (Search Engine Watch)

Gruber ruminates on Apple's cloud (The Unofficial Apple Weblog)

Phillies Science Day at the Ballpark: Robot to Throw First Pitch Tomorrow?! (Geekadelphia)