September 4, 2007 Roundup
Analysts in the news for September 4:
- Julie Ask at JupiterResearch about AT&T Wireless Hits Target with Strong Offering for Parents
- Ross Rubin at NPD Group about Fujifilm gets that cameras are social devices
- iSuppli about iPhone Becomes Leading U.S. Smart Phone Model in July
- Roger Entner at IAG about What’s it going to be? A pound of lead or a pound of gold?
- Michelle Warren at Info-Tech Research Group, Matt Rosoff at Directions on Microsoft and Roger Kay at Endpoint Technologies Associates via IDG News Service about Microsoft purchasing RIM a nice rumor but unlikely
- Weston Henderek at Current Analysis, Vikrant Gandhi at Frost & Sullivan and Rob Enderle at the Enderle Group via the Los Angeles Times about A Google phone is the talk of the blogosphere
- Mark Blowers at Butler Group and Jeremy Green at Ovum via Personal Computer World about Mobile momentum
- Carolina Milanesi at Gartner and Richard Windsor at Nomura International via Dow Jones about Sony Ericsson Taps Veteran Exec Hideki Komiyama To Top Post
- Avi Greengart at Current Analysis via RCR Wireless News about MVNO Handset Strategy
- Julie Ask at JupiterResearch via RCR Wireless News about Social Marketing and Adding Mobile to the Mix
- Piper’s Gene Munster and Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: Piper, Deutsche Bank Find Strong Demand For iPhones, Macs
- Bear Stearns hardware analyst Andy Neff via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Research In Motion: Bear Stearns Downgrades On Valuation, "Macro Questions"