Saturday, February 11, 2006

Weekly Roundup

A roundup of mobile analysts in the news for the week ending February 11:

  • John Delaney at Ovum via NewsFactor Network about Orange Rolls Out EDGE as 3G Stopgap
  • Ben Wood at Gartner via BusinessWeek about Nokia's New Direction: PDAs?
  • Rachel Lashford at Canalys via about BT rolls out Fusion for business
  • David Chamberlain at In-Stat via The Seattle Times about Microsoft alum startup that makes picture photo sharing easier
  • In-Stat analyst David Chamberlain via about cameraphone users fail to click with MMS
  • JupiterResearch Analyst Julie Ask VIA ClickZ about Mobile Search: Monster or Mirage?
  • Rob Enderle at MacNewsWorld about what might be the next big thing
  • Edward Snyder at Charter Equity Research via the San Diego Union-Tribune about Patent suits vs. Qualcomm to stay in S.D., judge rules
  • Roger Entner at Ovum via the Chicago Tribune about Porn turns lustful eye to wireless look
  • Stephen Baker at NPD Group via Reuters about wireless to organize - and maybe save - lives
  • Kenneth Hyers at ABI Research via Reuters about Mobile trade show 3GSM tunes into TV, web services
  • Todd Kort at Gartner via about 2 weeks till your BlackBerry goes blank?
  • Ken Dulaney at Gartner via CIO Today RIM's BlackBerry Workaround Leaves Users Uncertain
  • Informa about Mobile TV to top agenda at biggest ever 3GSM World Congress