Daily Links 1/18/2012: Comcast clarifies its spectrum position

Fundamental Oracle Flaw Revealed (PC World)

Amazon launches home-grown NoSQL database (Gigaom)

Apple Said to Plan More Educational Content to Bolster IPad Use in Schools (Bloomberg)

Regarding the Scope of Apple’s Education Initiative
(John Gruber/Daily Fireball)

Clarifying Comcast's Spectrum Position (Comcast Voices|Official Comcast Blog)
Comcast EVP David Cohen tries to walk back Vice Chairman Michael Angelakis' comment at a Citi conference early this month that "[w]e never really intended to build that spectrum".

SOPA fighters vs Comcast (Joe DiStefano/Philly.com: PhillyDeals)

World IPv6 switch-over event scheduled for June 6 (Gigaom)

Pa. Federal Judge Tosses Antitrust Suit Over 3G Standards (American Lawyer via Law.com)
Judge rejects TruePosition's claim of conspiracy by competitors in setting standards; TruePosition plans to refile.

PennApps hackathon grand prize went to 'ScratchTable'
Programmers designed apps around the theme of simplicity this year
(Daily Pennsylvanian)

Quantum Leap Innovations® Launches First-Ever Pattern Based Analytics (Business Wire)
Quantum Leap is based in Newark, DE.

Paragon Technology Group Acquired by LLR Partners (PR Newswire)

A Beginner’s Guide to SAPanese (ASUG News)

PANL: Goldman Encouraged by Panasonic, Lumiotec Deals (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)
On Ewing, NJ-based Universal Display.