Daily Links 9/26/2011: InterDigital sinks on reports of lower than expected bids

Interdigital Swoons; Report Bids Well Below Street Hopes (Forbes)

InterDigital Swoons on Report of Meek Deal Bids (Wall Street Journal: Deal Journal)

Amazon guns for Netflix, adds 2,000 Fox streaming titles (Gigaom)

Dish ‘Could’ Buy, Partner With Wireless Company, CEO Says (Bloomberg)
Sprint Nextel, Clearwire could be possibilities.

Hispanic TV Summit: Comcast's Gonzalez Says Change Will Come To Hispanic Lineup
Content Director Tells Hispanic Programmers Top MSO's Lineup Isn't 'Static'
(Multichannel News)

FCC: Cablevision/MSG Network Violated Program-Access Rules
Says withholding of HD versions of MSG, MSG-Plus hinders competition
(Broadcasting & Cable)

Sungard to Unveil Retail Mobile Banking Platform by Yearend (Bank Innovation)
Not for US market, though.

Capital One hiring 500 in Delaware, getting millions in incentives (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Ben Franklin Technology Partners Seeking Applications From Startup Companies To Take Part In Project Liberty Digital Incubator
(Press Release)
Applications due October 14.

Oracle May Buy Industry-Specific Software Makers, Hurd Says (Bloomberg)

Wave Systems acquires data loss protection co Safend for $12.8m
$21 million was invested in the company.

Minority Entrepreneur Accelerator Program Kicks Off in Philadelphia (Comcast Voices|Official Comcast Blog)

Temple U. gets federal tech grant (Philadelphia Business Journal)