Saturday, March 11, 2006

Weekly Roundup

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

  • Mike Roberts and Nick Lane at Informa Telecoms & Media, and Niek van Veen and Michelle de Lussanet at Forrester via about 3G gets mobile
  • Adrian Drozd at Datamonitor, Ellen Daley at Forrester, and Andy Brown at IDC via about the wireless watershed
  • Charles Golvin at Forrester Research and Jay Pultz at Gartner via CNET about what does AT&T/BellSouth mean for consumers?
  • Tim Bajarin at Creative Strategies via Technology Pundits about hot new games for grownups to hit US market
  • Kevin Burden at IDC via about the $612.5m Blackberry settlement could speed up patent reform
  • Scott Cleland at Precursor, Harry Radovich at Merrill Lynch and John Hodulik at UBS via BusinessWeek about where Verizon is heading after AT&T and BellSouth
  • Roger Kay at Endpoint Technologies Associates via Dow Jones/AP about VCs still have faith in OQO pocket PC
  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about thinking pan-European
  • Roger Entner at Ovum via the Chicago Tribune about Razr glitch causes sales halt