Tuesday, April 03, 2007

April 3 Roundup

Analysts in the news for April 3:

  • Wayman Leung and Neal Bonner at Telephia and Arbitron about Mobile Audio Is a Significant Growth Opportunity
  • Bill Hughes at In-Stat and Michael King at Gartner via TechNewsWorld about Consumer: Mozilla Minimo 0.2 Enters Crowded Mobile Browser Market
  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch via Scripps Howard News Service about ‘Five R’s’ help heal ailing iPods
  • Charles Golvin at Forrester Research via THERECORD.COM about Status or safety?
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura via the International Herald Tribune about Cellphone myths, and little-known facts
  • Charter Equity Research analyst Ed Snyder and Prudential analyst Inder Singh via Reuters about Qualcomm files new patent suits against Nokia
  • Gene Munster at PiperJaffray, Ben Reitzes at UBS and J.P. Morgan’s Bill Shope via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: DRM-Free Music Is A Big Plus…Or Maybe It Isn't
  • Kevin Hunt at Thomas Weisel Partners via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: Weisel Ups Estimates On Falling NAND Prices
  • Kaufman Bros. analyst Todd Mitchell via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Sony Cuts PSP Pricing; Video Game Stocks Tick Higher; Getting Ready For PSP 2.0
  • Roger Entner at IAG Research via the heraldsun.com about Bell signals Motricity successes

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