Wednesday, October 04, 2006

October 4 Roundup

Analysts in the news for October 4:

  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about Microsft (MSFT) Crossbow and Photon are Potential Mobile Game Changers
  • Shailendra Pandey at ABI Research about 54 Million Private Branded Handsets Will Be Shipped in 2006
  • Endpoint Technologies Associates analyst Roger Kay via about Nokia (NOK) Tries to Take a Bite Out of Bluetooth
  • Will Hodgman at M:Metrics about 36.5 million mobile subscribers responded via SMS to an ad
  • Miro Kazakoff at Compete via the News & Observer about Cingular to turn on zoom, catch up with video
  • Antoine Mathiaud at Strategy Analytics about Mobile Email Revenues Set to Surpass SMS in $10 Billion North American Wireless Enterprise Market
  • Bob Egan at The Tower Group and Neil Strother at The NPD Group via TechNewsWorld about Software Shift in the Mobile Device Market
  • Roger Entner at Ovum and Phil Redman at Gartner via Baseline about Cingular Completes AT&T (T) Integration
  • Neil Strother at The NPD Group via Computer Business Review about Nokia touts Wibree, but why?
  • American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu and Rob Enderle at the Enderle Group via about What Would An Apple (AAPL) iPhone Look Like?
  • Sharon Armbrust at JupiterResearch about ESPN Mobile: A Deja Vu Dichotomy