November 6, 2007 Roundup
Analysts in the news for November 6:
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about Blurring Boundaries in the mobile world
- Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Google's phone platform... how large is its addressable market?
- Andreas Constantinou at VisionMobile about Google’s Android: boring, exciting or breakthrough ?
- Richard Doherty at Envisioneering Group and Ross Rubin at NPD Group via BusinessWeek about Google's New Cell-Phone Universe
- Albert Lin at American Technology Research and Jason Kowal at Analysys via IDG News Service about Android may signal change for operators
- John Delaney at Ovum via vnunet.com about Analyst rings death knell for SMS
- Niek Van Veen at Forrester Research, Nitesh Patel at Strategy Analytics and Stephanie Pittet at Gartner via International Herald Tribune about Text-messaging profits draw competition - and regulators
- Craig J. Mathias at Farpoint Group via Computerworld about The next IT challenge: Mobile device management
- Credit Suisse analyst Michael Ounjian via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Research In Motion: UBS Ups Rating, Target, Estimates
- Ben Wood at CCS Insight viaTimes Online about Poor reception for Google's mobile internet access platform