Wednesday, March 21, 2007

March 21 Roundup

Analysts in the news for March 21:

  • Alastair Brydon at Analysys about 3G femtocells are set to accelerate fixed–mobile substitution
  • Philip Solis at ABI Research about Mobile Broadband Service the Way it Should Be
  • Shailendra Pandey and Stuart Carlaw at ABI Research Nokia Leading Smartphone Market with 56%, While Symbian's Share of OS Market Is Set to Fall
  • Julien Blin at IDC about 10 Wireless Entertainment Companies to Watch in 2007: Small Players That Could Have Big Impact
  • Nina Bonagura at IDC about Fixed-to-Mobile Convergence Will Happen in Multiple Stages Across Western European Industries
  • Current Analysis analyst Kathryn Weldon, Daniel Taylor at the Mobile Enterprise Alliance, Jack Gold at J.Gold Associates and Craig Mathias at the Farpoint Group via about Mobile device menus ease management, are difficult to enforce
  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch via about Move over, iPhone: here comes 3G
  • Todd Kort at Gartner via ZDNet about It's crunch time for Palm
  • Rob Enderle at the Enderle Group via BusinessWeek about Brown is the New Black
  • Morningstar analyst John Slack, Lawrence Harris at Oppenheimer & Co. and Ed Snyder at Charter Equity Research via the Chicago Tribune about Palm buyout talk grows - Motorola's shares jump amid rumors
  • Craig Mathias at Farpoint Group and Ken Dulaney at Gartner via Computerworld about Is Palm Inc. for sale? Analysts abuzz
  • David Janazzo at Merrill Lynch via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about AT&T: Merrill Ups Target, Sees Multiple Rising; iPhone Driving Store Traffic, But Won't Be Subsidized
  • Paul Coster at J.P. Morgan and Casey Ryan at Nollenberger Capital via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily
    about Palm: Merger Fever Spreads; Rumor Has Them Announcing A Deal Tomorrow
  • Cowen’s Matthew Hoffman via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: Stock Reverses As Rumors Fade; Cowen Cuts Ests On Handset Weakness
  • James Faucettet at Pacific Crest Securities via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Research In Motion: Pacific Crest Sees FY Q4 Beating Ests; If Palm Is Acquired, Are They The Loser?

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