Sunday, July 30, 2006

Weekly Roundup

A roundup of mobile analysts in the news for the week ending July 30:

  • Forrester Research analyst Charles Golvin via Business 2.0 about push is back on cell phones?
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about free mobile as a triple play marketing tool?
  • Julie Ask at JupiterResearch about Text Messages from My Washing Machine?
  • M:Metrics analyst Seamus McAteer via BusinessWeek about A Cingular Stones Concert
  • Roger Entner at Ovum via The International Herald Tribune about an alternative to cellphone service? Why not Wi-Fi?
  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch via The Sunday Times about beauty versus brains: the mobile phone face-off
  • Roger Entner at Ovum and Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch via the Chicago Tribune about Motorola (MOT) - more than a one-hit wonder?
  • Ross Rubin at the NPD Group via BusinessWeek about GPS leader Garmion (GRMN) navigates through tight market
  • Rob Enderle at the Enderle Group via NewsFactor Network about Microsoft (MSFT) Reveals Zune Strategy
  • Charles King at Pund-IT, Yankee Group analyst Mike Goodman and JupiterResearch analyst Joe Wilcox E-Commerce Times about Microsoft (MSFT) Takes the Long View With Zune
  • Seamus McAteer at M: Metrics and Kanishka Agarwal at Telephia via The Palm Beach Post about cellphone subscribers start to hang up on land lines