Daily Links 5/29/2013: Comcast prepares for massive U. S. Open coverage at Merion

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Comcast teeing up U.S. Open coverage (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Comcast Brings Voice Control to X1 Remote (Multichannel News)

Apple Set-Tops Are Groundwork for ‘Grand Vision’ in TV, CEO Says (Variety)

Roku Raises a $60 Million Round, Led by Fidelity, to Fight for the Living Room (All Things D)

Videology Raises $60 Million, Prepares For Overseas Expansion And Convergence (Ad Exchanger)

'After Earth' takes Will Smith back near his Philadelphia hometown (LA
Times: Company Town)

Consulting firm [Electronic Ink] uses behavioral scientists to help companies (Philadelphia Daily News)

Pa awards $8.9M contract to connect its 11 health information exchanges (Med City News)

Salesforce.com to reveal 'Company Communities'
Pipe your intranet onto a BYOD smartphone, you know it makes sense
(The Register)

EnterpriseDB's Tom Kincaid - why did SalesForce.com hire PostgreSQL expert? (ZDNet)

$156 billion reasons why Lars and SAP were never meant to be
(Phil Fersht/Enterprise Irregulars)

Amazon’s Web Services Threatens Almost All IT, Says Morgan Stanley (Barron's: Tech Trader Daily)

Dow Jones turns to tech for future face-off with Bloomberg (paidContent)
Both Dow Jones and Bloomberg have significant development operations in the Princeton