Daily Links 4/12/2013: DOJ Clears Arris/Motorola Home deal

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Comcast to IPv6-enable commercial broadband service
Trial expected to start in May in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco areas
(Network World)

DoJ Clears Arris/Motorola Home Deal
Arris Expects to Close Proposed $2.35 Billion Transaction on or about April 17
(Multichannel News)
Comcast will own a small stake of Arris, along with Google.

Broadcasters counter Aereo with aerial dongles (CED Magazine)

Dish Said to Have Approached Deutsche Telekom About T-Mobile Bid (Bloomberg)

One year later, SAP hasn't blown it with SuccessFactors (Fortune Tech)

UBS Hires SAP’s Oliver Bussmann as Chief Information Officer (Bloomberg)

Oracle's Mark Hurd talks Fusion Applications, customer satisfaction and SAP's HANA (PC World)

eBay Hires A VP Of Data To Focus On Personalization Across The Marketplace And Other Properties (TechCrunch)

Intel releases Web-based app programming kit (CNET News)
Based on app development platform it acquired from Lancaster-based appMobi in February.

Rockmelt says goodbye to its social web browser, says hello to Rockmelt for Web (Engadget)
RockMelt is a First Round Capital portfolio company.

Lockheed Martin completes design review in GPS III program (phillyBurbs.com)

Back home in PA, at least for now, FastFig enjoys exponential growth (Keystone Edge)