Daily Links 9/28/2011: Comcast testing theme-based Cable packages in Connecticut; small step towards a la carte pricing?

Updated: Amazon Stunner: New Kindle Tablet Will Go For $199 (paidContent)

The Kindle Fire Will Have A Whole New “Cloud Accelerated” Mobile Browser Called Amazon Silk (TechCrunch)

Kindle Fire will prime the pump for Amazon Video (Gigaom)

Comcast Testing Theme-Based Cable Packages In CT; A National First For Choice? (Hartford Courant)
A small move towards a la carte pricing?

SAP upbeat in face of global economy worries -paper (Reuters)

INTERVIEW: NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson On Why The Cloud Will Eat Microsoft And SAP (Silicon Alley Insider)
Nelson: "The first thing I've discovered is SAP actually doesn't work... ".

Comcast Ventures Announces Formation of CTI Towers, Inc.
Anthony F. Peduto Named CEO
(Business Wire)

Connectify Secures Strategic Investment from IQT to Advance Wireless Networking Capabilities for U.S. Intelligence Community (PR Newswire)
Philly-based network tech company gets investment from CIA-backed VC firm.

USA Technologies Reports Record Full Year and Fourth Quarter Revenues (Business Wire)

NewSpring Capital cinches up $220M for mezzanine fund (Philadelphia Business Journal)

Analyzing the SAP/Crossgate Acquisition: Customer, Product and Competitive Implications (Part 2) (Spend Matters)

Online Ad Revenues Hit $15 Billion in First Half 2011 (ClickZ)

QlikView on Mobile Expands Support for Apple iOS, Android, and BlackBerry Platforms (Business Wire)

Kenexa and The Brooklyn Group Announce Joint Venture
Relationship Expands Kenexa's Footprint in the Australian Talent Acquisition Market