Daily Links 5/9/2012: First Round Capital closes on fourth fund, makes Barnes and Goldman partners

7 ways Comcast is killing the cable killers (Gigaom)

PK Wants Public Peek at SpectrumCo. JOE
Challenges Verizon, MSOs' Claim Proposed Joint Research, Development Venture is Highly Confidential
(Multichannel News)

Google Tries Again With Google TV (New York Times: Bits)

Where Zuck and the team are headed next: The full IPO roadshow schedule (VentureBeat)
Philly on schedule for today, but no Zuck.

Facebook spawns ecosystem of startups (San Jose Mercury News)

First Round Capital Bumps Up Phineas Barnes, Kent Goldman To Partner Level (TechCrunch)

First Round Capital Stays True With Fourth Fund (Wall Street Journal: Venture Capital Dispatch)

The More Things Change (Josh Kopelman/Redeye VC)

ThingWorx Version 3.0 Brings Search to the World of Connected Devices (Business Wire)

Universal Display Corporation Announces First Quarter 2012 Financial Results (Business Wire)
PANL Drops 18%: Q1 Misses, Samsung Rev Deferred (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Deutsche Telekom Said to Discuss MetroPCS Deal for T-Mobile (Bloomberg)

BioClinica Reports 14.9% Growth in First Quarter Service Revenues
-Announces Record Backlog of $125.8 million-
(Business Wire)

Epicor Moving Its Applications to Microsoft's Azure Cloud (PC World)
Epicor's Wholesale Distribution Systems Group is based in Yardley.

Devon IT Launches New ARM-based FX1 Thin Client at Sub-$200 Price Point (Business Wire)

City Managing Director Reveals: No Philly Web Dev Shops Applied For 311 App Job! (Philebrity)