Daily Links 10/24/2012: SAP beats revenue estimates, lifts 2012 targets; Unisys slips to red

SAP Lifts 2012 Revenue Target as Software Beats Estimates (Bloomberg)

SAP co-CEO McDermott: pipeline strong, focus organic growth (Video/Reuters via YouTube)

SAP’s Q3 2012 results analysis: business as usual but not done yet (Dennis Howlett/Enterprise Irregulars via ZDNet)

Internal SAP document reveals potential plans for next-gen BI, 'HANA Explorer' (Computerworld)

BREAKING: Salesforce Laying Off Radian6 Employees and Executives (TechVibes)

Unisys tastes red ink in mouth after pension chop-slap (The Register)

First Round Capital’s Chris Fralic On The Billion Dollar Exit (AdExchanger)

Google Launches DoubleClick Bid Manager, Based On Invite Media (WebProNews)

InterDigital Builds on Strategy, Announces Enhanced Technology Sourcing, Establishes Technology Solutions Unit
New Structure Emphasizes Focus on Partnerships and Industry Collaboration, Broadens Technology Areas, Lowers R&D Cost Going Forward
(Business Wire)
Sounds as if InterDigital will be outsourcing more R&D, buying out some staff.

InterDigital Announces Third Quarter 2012 Financial Results
Expanded Revenue Strategy Delivers Record Quarter
Combination of Intel Patent Sale and Patent Licensing Drives Cash Balance to over $780 Million
(Business Wire)

Comcast Q3 Seen Lifted By Improved NBCU, Olympics (Investors Business Daily)

Intel Licenses Comcast's Set-Top Software Design Kit
Multichannel News)

Study suggests NBA team could move to Va. in 2013 (AP via San Francisco Chronicle)