April 18 Roundup
Analysts in the news for April 18:
- Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about Blackberry Blackout
- Mark Donovan at M:Metrics about INCREASING CAMERAPHONE OWNERSHIP FORCES A NEW FOCUS FOR GRAPHICS PUBLISHERS
- Carmi Levy at Info-Tech Research Group and Daniel Taylor at Mobile Enterprise Alliance via InformationWeek about BlackBerry Shutdown Sends Danger Signal For RIM
- Nick Agostino at Research Capital and Carmi Levy at Info-Tech Research Group via Reuters about RIM says most BlackBerry service restored
- Dan Taylor at Mobile Enterprise Alliance, Gene Signorini at Yankee Group and Todd Kort at Gartner via CNET News.com about BlackBerry outage: RIM a victim of its own success?
- Gene Signorini at Yankee Group via Computerworld about AT&T announces integration of wired and wireless services
- Kathryn Weldon and Avi Greengart at Current Analysis and Daniel Taylor, at Mobile Enterprise Alliance via SearchMobileComputing.com about BlackBerry outage cuts off millions
- Nomura analyst Richard Windsor, Martin Garner at Ovum and Neil Mawston at Strategy Analytics via BusinessWeek about Nokia: Back to the Glory Days?
- Stephen Baker at NPD Group and Ken Dulaney at Gartner via MarketWatch about BlackBerry service disrupted; some outages persist
- Piper Jaffray analyst Thomas Michael Walkley via Forbes.com about Little Outrage Over BlackBerry Outage
- Jefferies & Co. analyst William Choi and Kenneth Leon at Standard & Poor's via Bloomberg.com about Motorola Posts First-Quarter Loss After Price Cuts
- American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: Report AT&T Could Pay $50-$150 Subsidy For iPhone
- Prudential’s Inder SinghBarron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: Q1 Results Weak (As Expected); Q2 Guidance Light; But Stock Rising