Daily Links 7/24/2013: Federal appeals court won't block Dish's Hopper

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IBM throws its weight behind Pivotal’s open source Cloud Foundry (VentureBeat)

Michael Dell raises bid for Dell (Fortune: Term Sheet)
Slightly. Shareholder meeting pushed back to August 2.

Unisys Announces Second-Quarter 2013 Financial Results (PR Newswire)
Revenue down 7%, earnings down more than 50%. However, results beat analyst expectations,
and the share price rose almost 6% today.

TE Connectivity net up 68% on lower expenses (MarketWatch)
TE Connectivity, formerly Tyco Electronics, has its North American headquarters in Berwyn.

Strange bedfellows: Aereo gets help from Time Warner Cable and Comcast (The Verge)

Federal Court Won't Block Dish's Hopper
Says lower court did not abuse discretion in denying preliminary injunction
(Broadcasting & Cable)

CBS Interactive Boss, NBCUniversal Top Executive Talk Hulu, Netflix, Apple (Hollywood Reporter)

Nascar Shifts TV Rights to NBC Starting In 2015 (Ad Age)

Chromecast Is Google’s Miracle Device (Wired)

Exclusive: Cox digs in on first FTTH project in O.C. (CED Magazine)

IBC, Penn Medicine, and DreamIt Ventures host first 'Demo Day' for DreamIt Health entrepreneurs (Globe Newswire)