Tuesday, June 12, 2007

June 12 Roundup

Analysts in the news for June 12:

  • Bob Egan at Tower Group, Dan Schatt at Celent and Jeanne M. Garascia at Javelin Strategy and Research via Newsday.com about You can now bank by cell phone, and although few do so, the industry sees huge growth ahead
  • Brian O'Rourke at InStat, Charles Golvin at Forrester Research and Stanley Bruederle at Gartner via TechNewsWorld about Wibree Joins Bluetooth's Kingdom
  • Todd Kort at Gartner via CIO Today about Nokia and Bluetooth SIG Partner on Low-Power Wibree
  • Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray via Bloomberg about Apple iPhone users will need iTunes account
  • Avi Greengart at Current Analysis via the Houston Chronicle about Motorola Touts Clearer Calls
  • Bear Stearns analyst Philip Cusick via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Sprint: Bear Stearns Cuts Estimates, Sees Slower Than Expected Return To Growth
  • Caris & Co.’s Shebly Seyrafi via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Broadcom Buys Global Locate, Maker Of GPS Chips; Could SiRF Be Next?
  • Neil Strother at JupiterResearch via the Associated Press about Samsung's cell phones overtaking Motorola

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