Daily Links 5/10/2011: Ally Financial looking to acquire ING Direct

Comcast defends its local rates for cable TV
City’s FCC plea could have minor effect
(Boston Globe)

YouTube Finally Opens Up Its Movie Rental Store For Real (Sort Of) (All Things Digital)
To include content from Comcast's Universal.

Comcast Self-Install Kits Let Subs Connect Without Truck Roll
Operator Charging $9.95 Shipping and Handling for Kits
(Multichannel News)

DreamIt Ventures Announces Its First Batch Of NYC Startups (TechCrunch)

Ally Financial wants to buy ING Direct, Post reports (Delaware Online: Delaware Inc)

PANL Drops 15%, But Even Bears See Bright LED Future (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
Universal Display is based in Ewing, NJ.

NetSuite aims at enterprises with 'unlimited' ERP push (Infoworld)

NetSuite Challenges Salesforce.com Software, Signs Groupon Deal (Bloomberg)

USA Technologies, Inc. Reports Results for Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter
Recurring Revenue - License and Transaction Fees - Up 79%, Total Revenue Up 50%
(Business Wire)

Angel Investment Tax Credit Proposed for Pennsylvania (TECHburgher)

Patent Litigation Comes To The Interactive TV Sector (MediaPost)

Rowan University gets grant to do virtual work for Camden and Vineland (Gloucester County Times)