Wednesday, October 24, 2007

OCtober 24, 2007 Roundup

Analysts in the news for October 24:

  • IdaRose Sylvester at IDC about A big week for tech stocks
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about SMS marketing.... ugh
  • Andreas Constantinou at VisionMobile about Motorola’s UIQ: Diversion or U-Turn?
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group about LG phones need to get smarter
  • Tina Teng at iSuppli about Nokia Mobile-Phone Shipments Rise by 10.9 Million Units in Q3
  • Michelle Warren at Info-tech Research Group via about BlackBerry goes to China
  • Jack Gold at J. Gold Associates via Computerworld about Microsoft's Ballmer makes a pitch for unifying devices
  • Bill Hughes at In-Stat, Jack Gold at J. Gold and Associates and Gene Signorini at Yankee Group via the San Francisco Chronicle about Microsoft introduces mobile management system for smart phones
  • Kitty Weldon and Avi Greengart at Current Analysis and In-Stat analyst Bill Hughes via RCR Wireless News about Enterprise devices: decisions, decisions
  • Roger Kay at Endpoint Technologies and Chris Crotty at iSuppli via PC World about Early Adopters Pay for Bragging Rights
  • ABI Analyst Dan Shey and David Chamberlain at In-Stat via E-Commerce Times about Feeding the Cash Cow: Beefing Up Mobile Business Services
  • UBS analyst Maynard Um via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Research In Motion: UBS Boosts Target On China Deal

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