Tuesday, November 28, 2006

November 28 Roundup

Analysts in the news for November 28:

  • Bryan Wang at In-Stat about WiMAX Gaining Momentum, But Unlikely to Threaten 3G in Asia/Pacific This Decade
  • Bruce Gibson at Juniper Research about Mobile Adult Content Market to Grow to $3.3bn by 2011, Driven by a Strong European Market and New Products for Casual Users
  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about Some thoughts on what a podcasting centric device should look like
  • Endpoint Technologies analyst Roger Kay and Jeff Kagan via EcommerceTimes.com about Palm (PALM) Shares Hit by Revised Earnings Outlook
  • Ovum analyst Roger Entner via Reuters about Verizon Wireless (VZ) to offer YouTube on cell phones
  • ABI Research analyst Ken Hyers via InformationWeek about Strong Growth Projected For Personal Locator Services On Mobile Phones
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research and Matt Nyström at Enskilda Securities via MarketWatch about Nokia (NOK) trims margins estimate, sees slower industry growth
  • Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Whitmore and UBS analyst Ben Reitzes via Computerworld about It's iPod (AAPL) vs. Zune (MSFT), and iPod wins
  • Travis McCourt at Morgan Keegan & Co, T. Michael Walkley at Piper Jaffray & Co, Mike Abramsky at RBC Capital Markets and James Faucette at Pacific Crest Securities via Bloomberg.com about Palm Shares Sink on Reduced Forecasts, Delayed Phone
  • Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster and Shaw Wu at American Technology Research via Associated Press about Ipod beating Zune
  • UBS analyst Benjamin Reitzes via Barron's Online Tech Trader Daily about UBS Sees Solid Sales Of Nanos, Shuffles; Raises Estimates, Price Target