Saturday, October 22, 2005

Weekly Roundup

A roundup of mobile analysts in the news for the week ending October 22:

  • Roger Kay at Endpoint Technologies Associates via the Dallas Morning News on a new era for screens big and small
  • Linda Barrabee at Yankee Group via the New York Times on mobile videos
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research via Bloomberg on Nokia and Motorola's improving market share and profits
  • Jim Penhune at Strategy Analytics via Investor's Business Daily on the video iPod's impact on cable
  • NPD Group analyst Neil Strother via The Washington Post on the Palm and RIM deal
  • Yankee Group analyst Mike Goodman via Technology News on wireless Nintendo DS gaming at McDonald's
  • Charles Golvin at Forrester Research via KTLA on a computer glitch that killed phone service in the O.C.
  • Rob Enderle via Computer Graphics World on iPod maker's mini-malaise
  • William Choi at Kaufman Brothers via The New York Times on Motorola's earnings
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Wireless on wireless "policy management" and "packet inspection
  • Gerry Kaufhold at In-Stat about Apple video iPod
  • Nate Elliott at JupiterResearch via BusinessWeek on the Sony PSP's video efforts and the new iPod