Wednesday, May 16, 2007

May 16 Roundup

Analysts in the news for May 16:

  • Pete Cunningham and Adrian Drozd at Canalys about Interest in mobile TV overshadowed by other applications
  • Michael Cai at Parks Associates about China, the X Factor for Mobile Broadband
  • Mark Mulligan at JupiterResearch about The Future’s Not So Bright?
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research and Carmi Levy at Info-Tech Research Group via the Daily Herald about Motorola dials up faster cell phones
  • Info-Tech Research Group analyst Carmi Levy via InformationWeek about Zander Bets Big on 3G Networks
  • Albert Lin at American Technology Research and Richard Doherty at The Envisioneering Group via BusinessWeek about Motorola's Gamble: Substance over Style
  • Avi Greengart at Current Analysis and Ryan Reith at IDC via the Chicago Tribune about Motorola short on new
  • Roger Entner at IAG Research and Linda Barrabee at Yankee Group via about AOL Buys Cellphone Ad Company
  • Tole Hart at Gartner via Dow Jones about Verizon Wireless Resurrects Mobile ESPN With New Service
  • Goldman Sachs analyst Brantley Thompson, Cowen’s Matthew Hoffman and Michael Ounjian at Credit Suisse via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: More Cost Cuts Coming; Most Of Yesterday "New" Phones Not That New

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