Monday, August 06, 2007

August 6, 2007 Roundup

Analysts in the news for August 6:

  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group via Engadget about Switched On: MacBook mini would answer iPhone's call
  • Darian Bird at IDC about New Zealand Mobile Market Passes 100% Penetration
  • Jack Gold at J. Gold Associates and Ken Dulaney at Gartner via Computerworld about Google developing search tool for mobile content
  • Neil Mawston and Bonny Joy at Strategy Analytics about Samsung Becomes the World's Second Largest Mobile Phone Vendor in Q2 2007
  • Michael Gartenberg at Jupiter Research, Patrick Wang at Thomas Weisel Partners and Stifel Nicolaus analyst Cody Acree via about AMD, Intel Rivalry Moves to Hand-Held Market
  • American Technology Research analyst Albert Lin via Unstrung about iPhone Revenues Flow in Three Streams
  • Avi Greengart at Current Analysis via RCR Wireless News about Open Access Does Not Mean Open Season for Device Vendors
  • American Technology Analyst Mark McKechnie via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Qualcomm Rebuffed by Bush But Prospering from Sales Outside U.S.

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