Wednesday, February 13, 2008

February 13, 2008 Roundup

Analysts in the news for February 13:

  • Ramon Llamas at IDC about Handheld Devices Sink 53.2% During Fourth Quarter But Protracted Decline Appears to Be Slowing
  • Nate Elliott at JupiterResearch about Why 2008 Won't Be The Breakthrough Year for Mobile Advertising
  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about Best Mobile Entertainment Services - Mobile World Congress
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Quick thoughts from 3GSM
  • Kevin Restivo at IDC and Mark Tauschek at Info-Tech Research Group via The Industry Standard about Why Microsoft became attracted to Danger
  • Ken Dulaney at Gartner and Michelle Warren at Info-Tech Research Group via about Users unforgiving after latest BlackBerry crash
  • Jack Gold at J.Gold Associates and Chris Ambrosio at Strategy Analytics via The Associated Press about BlackBerry Outage Caused by Upgrade
  • Seamus McAteer at M:Metrics via The Globe and Mail about Back in action, RIM faces new threats
  • Forrester analyst Charles Golvin via Top Tech News about Google's Android Stirs Mobile-Device Industry
  • Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi via Reuters about Nokia to add Google search on handsets
  • Craig Berger at FBR Research, Richard Gardner at Citigroup, Tim Bajarin at Creative Strategies and Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray via CIO Today about Apple Expected to Offer 3G iPhone This Year
  • Gartner analyst Phillip Redman, Morgan Keegan & Co. analyst Tavis McCourt, Barry Gilbert at Strategy Analytics and Richard Williams at Cross Research via about BlackBerry's Lead at Risk After North America Failure
  • Shiv Bakhshi at IDC, John Hodulik at UBS and Tole Hart at Gartner via CNN/Money about T-Mobile Is No. 4, On A Roll
  • Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray, Pacific Crest’s Andy Hargreaves and Shaw Wu at American Technology Research via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Apple: FY Q2 Should Get Boost From Component Price Cuts; Weak iPhones, Strong Macs; Air Worries
  • Pali Research analyst Walter Piecyk via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Sprint Adds Activist Whitworth To Board; Pali Proposes Four Directors To Boot Out Of Office
  • Richard Windsor at Nomura Securities via BusinessWeek about Who Will Control the Heart of Handsets?

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