Wednesday, April 04, 2007

April 4 Roundup

Analysts in the news for April 4:

  • Victor Liu at In-Stat about Solid Foundation Now in Place for WiMAX in Asia/Pacific
  • Julien Blin at IDC about 4Q06 Sprint Nextel Regained Its Lead in Terms of Blended Data ARPU Among the U.S. Wireless Carriers
  • Stacy Sudan at IDC about Expanding Needs for Mobile Device Security Software Will Drive Revenue Growth Over the Next Five Years
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group about Mobile TV, hold the phone
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group about Smartphones and media like PB & pickles
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group about Gauging the Ocean’s tide
  • NPD analyst David Riley and Parks Associates analyst Michael Cai via TechNewsWorld about Sony Shaves $30 Off PSP Price
  • Todd Kort, at Gartner via the Chicago Tribune about Microsoft connects on cell phones
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group, Gregory Melich at Morgan Stanley, Andy Hargreaves at Pacific Crest Securities and Lehman analyst Alan Rifkin via the Investor's Business Daily about Best Buy, Wal-Mart Take On RadioShack In Cell Phone Retail
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura via the Financial Times about Qualcomm hopes to avoid Nokia conflict
  • Per Lindberg at Dresdner Kleinwort via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Mobile Phones: Get Ready For An Ugly Quarter
  • IDC's Julien Blin via InformationWeek about Verizon Regains Lead In Wireless Subscribers; Sprint Gets Some Good News

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