Daily Links 11/29/2011: Live Verizon FiOS TV Coming Very Soon to Xbox

Live Verizon FiOS TV Coming Soon to Xbox, Complete With Kinect Voice and Gesture Controls (PR Newswire)

Analyst: T-Mobile to Comcast, instead of AT&T? (Seattle Times)
Comcast has consistently said it doesn't want to own a major wireless network, a position Vice Chairman Michael Angelakis reiterated earlier this month. I believe they mean what they say, but that doesn't mean they don't have a long term interest in wireless as LTE becomes an important alternative to fixed-wire networks for many applications.

Motorola Mobility's Sanjay Jha & Dan Moloney discuss Moto's
set-top box plans
(Video: Light Reading)

NetApp Taking on EMC Puts CommVault in Takeover Sights: Real M&A (Bloomberg)
CommVault is based in Oceanport, NJ.

TE Connectivity in Exclusive Negotiations to Acquire Deutsch
(PR Newswire)
TE Connectivity (formerly Tyco Electronics) has its operational headquarters in Berwyn. The acquisition would be valued at about $2 billion.

Oracle, SAP, Infor: Three's a crowd (Computer Business Review)

Is SAP HANA about the “in-memory database”? (Vital BI)

Customer Sues Epicor After ERP Software Project Attempt Ends in 'big Mess' (PC World)

Mint Linux freshens up web searches
We've got our own engine. Swallow that, Google and Microsoft
(The Register)
Teams up with Paoli-based DuckDuckGo.

Shop online, try it out in person: Kembrel gives hybrid retail sales the old college try (VentureBeat)
Opens small store location in Philly.

Cyber Monday? It was more like Mobile Monday, according to eBay & PayPal (VentureBeat)
And GSI Commerce.

Business incubator's future in peril as state cuts funding
Ben Franklin Technology Partners in Bethlehem trims payroll, helps fewer clients.
(Allentown Morning Call)