Daily Links 4/26/2011: Dell Boomi launches Spring update

Lawson Agrees to Be Acquired by Golden Gate Capital, Infor for $2 Billion (Bloomberg)

New details on Infor's Lawson acquisition (Enterprise System Spectator)

Dell Boomi launches Spring update, certification program (ZDNet Blogs)

Unisys shares slip after company reports 1Q loss (AP via Forbes)

Oracle Goes After Workday, SuccessFactors With Fusion HCM (PC World)

Oracle CFO Epstein Out; Replaced By Safra Catz (Forbes: The Tech Trade)

Investors buy majority stake in online game maker Bigpoint for $350M (VentureBeat)
Comcast Interactive Capital sold its stake, which was originally acquired by NBC's venture arm.

Netflix: We’re a Friend, Not an Enemy, to Cable Networks (Gigaom: NewTeeVee)

Comcast in Talks to Offer On-Demand Movies 6 to 8 Weeks After Theaters (Bloomberg)

The Disappearing Set-Top (Light Reading Cable)

TimeSight Systems Announces Additional Growth Capital Injection to Extend Market Reach of Breakthrough Video Surveillance Systems (Marketwire)

Verizon Wireless and USA Technologies Partner to Deliver Industry-Leading Cashless Payment Services, M2M Solutions for Vending and Automated Retail Industries (Business Wire)