November 29, 2007 Roundup
Analysts in the news for November 29:
- David Chamberlain at In-Stat about 3G Handsets Will Dominate Mobile Phone Market in Next Five Years
- Carolina Milanesi, Ann Liang, Nahoko Mitsuyama, Tuong Nguyen and Hugues De La Vergne at Gartner about Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Grew 15 Per Cent in Third Quarter of 2007
- Michael Cai at Parks Associates about Amobee gets new funding
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about SFR Illimythics - part 2
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about iPhone & Orange France - part 2
- Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Phone... or wallet?
- Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray, Citibank analyst Richard Gardner and Brian Modoff at Deutsche Bank Securities via Mobile News about Estimate suggests AT&T paying more for iPhone
- Forrester Research analyst Charles Golvin via eWeek Channel Insider about Google Mapping Software Bridges the GPS Gap
- Francis Cheung at CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, Liu Bin at BDA China and Carolina Milanesi and Hugues de la Vergne at Gartner via WSJ.com about How Open Cell Networks Work in Asia, Europe
- Ross Rubin at NPD via Computerworld about Wireless subscribers top a quarter billion in U.S.
- Bernstein Research’s Craig Moffett via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Verizon: Open Access Strategy May Signal Aggressive Bid Coming On C-Block Licenses In 700 MHz Spectrum Auction
- Lehman’s Tim Luke and Stifel Nicolaus analyst Cody Acree via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Qualcomm: Verizon Chooses LTE Standard For 4G Networks, Not QCOM's UMB Technology
- Richard Windsor at Nomura International via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: Will It Sue iPhone Copycats On Patents?
- Roger Entner at IAG Research via Dow Jones about Verizon Picks LTE As 4G Wireless Broadband Path
- Ben Wood at CCS Insight via Dow Jones about Nokia Test Mobile Phone Payments In London
- Chris Hazelton at IDC via Top Tech News about Unlocked iPhones Go on Sale in France