Daily Links 7/12/2013: No Hulu sale: Trio of owners - including Comcast - to invest $750 million more

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Hulu’s Owners Call Off Auction, Plan to Invest $750 Million (Bloomberg)

Hulu’s New Plan: Compete with Netflix and Amazon. How is Hulu Going to Pay for That? (All Things D)

Scoop: Intel’s upcoming TV service is going to be called OnCue

Tennis Channel Seeks Full Court Review Of Carriage Complaint Decision (Multichannel News)

AT&T to Acquire Leap Wireless (Business Wire via MarketWatch)

Bentley Announces Immediate Availability of the Bentley Map Mobile App, Further Enhancing Information Mobility
New App Empowers Infrastructure Professionals to Share Bentley Map Geospatial Information With Field Technicians via Android-based Mobile Devices
(Business Wire)

Rajant Corporation Sets the Standard for Mobile Wireless Networking with New Data Routing and Network Management Release
New InstaMesh and BC|Commander version 11.2 include features that dramatically improve the functionality, performance, and security of Kinetic Mesh Networks
(Business Wire)

Jim Sheward/Fiberlink
(Keystone Edge)

As Promised, Icahn Adds to His Bid for Dell (New York Times: DealBook)

Uber Confirms It is Talking to Investors (Wall Street Journal: Digits)


Conshohocken-based NextDocs raises another $5 million

Tom Paine

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Conshohocken-based NextDocs has apparently raised another $5 million in venture capital, according to an SEC filing reported on by MarketBrief.com .

NextDocs, a provider of Microsoft SharePoint-based software for the management of regulated data collected during clinical trials, had previously raised $10.3 million from OpenView Venture Partners in August 2011.

Also, see this recent article from FierceBiotechIT on NextDocs' introduction of its Windows 8 mobile app.