Thursday, April 19, 2007

April 19 Roundup

Analysts in the news for April 19:

  • Ian Fogg at JupiterResearch about Blackberry Cold Turkey Learnings
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about VoIP and the Nokia N95
  • Philip Solis at ABI Research about Qualcomm Gradually Embracing WiMAX
  • Annie Turner at BKI Media about SFR Mobile TV
  • Carmi Levy at Info-Tech Research Group via about CrackBerry addicts writhe in pain
  • Jack Gold at J.Gold Associates via InformationWeek about How To Prepare For Another BlackBerry Crash
  • Brant Thompson at Goldman Sachs, James Faucette at Pacific Crest Securities and Brian Modoff at Deutsche Bank Securities via the Chicago Tribune about For Motorola, 'some really tough sledding'
  • Neil Mawston at Strategy Analytics via Mobile Today about No Easter eggs for consumers
  • Charles Golvin at Forrester Research via The Boston Globe about Airvana files to go public
  • Carolina Milanesi at Gartner via Dow Jones about Nokia Says U.S. Turnaround Unlikely Until 2008
  • Niklas Lund at Alandsbanken Asset Management, Ilkka Rauvola at Evli Bank and Richard Windsor at Nomura Securities via Europe about Nokia First-Quarter Net Falls; Stock Gains on Margins
  • Seeking Alpha about Nokia Q1 2007 Earnings Call Transcript
  • Bear Stearns analyst Philip Cusick, Lawrence Harris at Oppenheimer and Mats Nystrom at SEB Enskilda via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Nokia: Q1 Sales +4%; Mobile Phones -5%; ASP -13.5%; Stock Gains On Higher Margins

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