Saturday, June 24, 2006

Weekly Roundup

A roundup of mobile analysts in the news for the week ending June 24:

  • Nick McQuire at the Yankee Group via San Francisco Chronicle about text messaging evolving into a powerful form of silent talking for cell phone users, especially the young
  • Linda Barrabee at Yankee Group via the Wall Street Journal about What's a Phone For?
  • Ian Fogg at JupiterResearch about Telefonica Give Be Broadband £50m Oxygen
  • Julie Ask at JupiterResarch about MVNO's
  • Julie Ask at Jupite Research PC World about Web-Enabled Handsets Deliver a Squeaky-Clean Internet
  • Dan Bieler and Martin Garner at Ovum about Siemens (SI) and Nokia (NOK) to merge network infrastructure divisions
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research via the Chicago Tribune about Motorola (MOT) seeing stars in cell phone campaign
  • Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray via the Washington Post about if Lights Blink on Your Apple (AAPL) iPod Shuffle, It Could Be Bad News
  • Charter Equity Research analyst Ed Snyder via Reuters about Qualcomm (QCOM) says Nokia (NOK) pullout will not hurt CDMA