Daily Links 4/29/2011: SAP Ordered to Post $1.3 Billion Bond in Oracle Case

SAP Ordered to Post $1.3 Billion Bond in Oracle Case (Bloomberg)

Social Media Has Little Impact on Online Retail Purchases [STUDY] (Mashable)
So says Forrester/GSI Commerce study.

GSI 1Q loss deepens before acquisition by EBay (AP via Business Week)

Summary of the Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS Service Disruption in the US East Region (Amazon Web Services)

DirecTV Execs Talk Premium VOD, Streaming Video (Hollywood Reporter)

Should DirecTV Buy Dish? (Forbes: The Tech Trade)

Charter Said to Hire Citi, Goldman to Sell California Systems (Bloomberg)

Delaware Court of Chancery Rules in Favor of Liberty Media Corporation (Business Wire)

Motorola Mobility narrows loss as phone sales rise (AP via Business Week)

Motorola Mobility's Set-Top Shipments Jump 24% In Q1
Home Segment Revenue Up 8% to $904 Million
(Multichannel News)

Verizon Devising Uber Strategy for Home Services (Light Reading)

ING Direct Lets Customers Pay Friends By Bumping iPhones (Mashable)

Telcos Still Muscling Into the Cloud

SAP Project Woes Impact Ingram Micro's Profits (PC World)

NetSuite Jumps 15% on Earnings (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)