Sunday, January 21, 2007

Weekend Roundup

Analysts in the news for the weekend of January 20-21:

  • Jen Wu at M:Metrics about As interest in ringtones wanes in Europe, ringbacks are a positive note for the mobile music industry
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research, Carmi Levy at Info-Tech Research Group and John Slack at Morningstar Inc. via the Daily Herald about Jobs, profits fall at Motorola (MOT)
  • Jack Gold at J. Gold Associates, Lawrence Harris at Oppenheimer and Jonathan Hoopes at ThinkEquity Partners via Investor's Business Daily about Heavy Discounting Of New BlackBerry Weighing On RIM (RIMM)
  • Neil Strother at NPD Group, Miro Kazakoff at Compete and Ken Dulaney at Gartner via Computerworld about iPhone (AAPL): The mediocre phone that will change the world
  • Linda Barrabee at Yankee Group and Scott A. Ellison at IDC via the New York Times about Madison Avenue Calling
  • Roger Entner at Ovum via the San Antonio Express-News about Cellular providers scrambling to increase phone data business
  • JupiterResearch analyst Thomas Husson via the RED HERRING about Analysts Tout Smart Phones
  • John Delaney at Ovum viaBBC NEWS about The cost of calling from abroad