Daily Links 7/27/2011: paidContent profiles Philadelphia newspaper owner Randall Smith

Safeguard Scientifics Announces Second Quarter 2011 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Jim Snabe, co-CEO SAP explains current business drivers (ZDNet Blogs)

SAP Co-CEO McDermott Talks up HANA, Mobility and SaaS (PC World)

Google and SAP Team-Up to Help You Visualize Big Data (ReadWriteWeb)

InterDigital Announces Second Quarter 2011 Financial Results (Business Wire)

Huawei 'puzzled' at InterDigital patent complaint (CNET News)

Who Is Randall Smith And Why Is He Buying Up Newspaper Companies? (paidContent)
About the mysterious character whose company controls Philadelphia Media Network and Journal Register (a Wharton MBA by the way); will Journal Register CEO John Paton have a new job soon?

Founder Office Hours With Chris Dixon And Josh Kopelman: Schedit (TechCrunch)

Gamma Basics Launches grayCAD, Groundbreaking New Medical Radiation Safety Software (PR Web)
Backed by Bentley family interests.

VITA Products Launches Innovative Contactless Payment Program (Business Wire)

The Pros and Cons of Moving Your Business Into the Cloud (Mashable)
Interviews Chris Cera, CTO for Philly-based Vuzit.

Comcast, Level 3 Still At Impasse Over Internet Connection Fees
Level 3 CEO Crowe: 'Huge Battle' With MSO Over Terms of Traffic Exchange
(Multichannel News)

Quality Systems Leverages Fed Stimulus In Health IT (Investor's Business Daily)
Quality Systems' primary business, NextGen Healthcare, is based in Horsham.

Beige Book: Third District-Philadelphia, July 27, 2011 (Federal Reserve Board)