September 10, 2007 Roundup
Analysts in the news for September 10:
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about (Omni+Voda)FONE
- Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about One Million iPhones Sold - First Take
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about 1st European deal for MEDIO
- Diana Hwang at IDC about Portable Navigation Devices Will Nearly Double in 2007 as Consumer Navigation Market and GPS Technology Turn a Corner
- Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Do operator UIs harm handset brands?
- Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Reconnect
- Peggy Anne Salz at VisionMobile about Amobee CMO Talks Up New Models For Selling Mobile Content; Is The Pay-Off Bigger Than Mobile Search?
- Bena Roberts at BKI Media about T-Mobile signs Medio Systems for pan-European mobile t-zones content search – does this make it the mobile search leader?
- JupiterResearch analyst Michael Gartenberg via Sci-Tech Today about Sony Aims To Reinvent the Music Player
- Neil Mawston at Strategy Analytics, Shaleindra Pandey at ABI Research, Richard Windsor at Nomura, Blaine Carroll at FTN Midwest, Geoff Blaber at CCS Insight and Carolina Milanesi at Gartner via Dow Jones about Can Samsung Hold Off A Resurgent Motorola?
- André Malm via Berg Insight about handset navigation users will reach 43 million in 2012
- Mark McKechnie at American Technology Research, Ed Snyder at Charter Equity Research and Ittai Kidron at CIBC World Markets via Dow Jones about Qualcomm Downgraded On Motorola's 3G Shift, Legal Setbacks
- Lehman’s Jeff Kvaal via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Palm: Lehman Cuts To "Underweight" On Competition, Weak Demand; Could Elevation Deal Terms Be Changed?