Monday, October 22, 2007

October 22, 2007 Roundup

Analysts in the news for October 22:

  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group via about AT&T to Offer Napster Music Catalog
  • Jeff Wilson at In-Stat about Professional Services Firms’ Spending on Wireless Voice and Data Services to Exceed Their Spending on Wireline Services by 2010
  • Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about TouchPal for Pocket PC - Highly Recommended
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about WiMAX is 3G
  • Shailendra Pandey at ABI Research about Symbian Exhibited its Growing Acceptance at the Smartphone Show
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura Securities and Michael Walkley at Piper Jaffray via BusinessWeek about Nokia: High Profits in Low-End Phones
  • Iain Gillott at iGR via RCR Wireless News about The emerging mobile worker opportunity in China
  • Goldman Sachs analyst Brantley Thompson via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: Goldman Sees Handset Costs Declining, Boosting Profits
  • Josh Martin at Yankee Group via the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES about Getting on the map
  • Roger Entner at IAG Research via Dow Jones about AT&T, Napster To Unveil Direct Mobile Music Download
  • John Jackson at Yankee Group via the Seattle Times Newspaper about I-mate is stepping into the spotlight

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