Thursday, February 14, 2008

February 14, 2008 Roundup

Analysts in the news for February 14:

  • James Kuai atParks Associates about Mr. Mobile Goes to Pyongyang
  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about Back from Mobile World Congress
  • Waqas Javed at IDC about Australia Mobile Data Services to Grow at a Rate of More Than 50% in 2008
  • Shailendra Pandey at ABI Research about Symbian Achieves Strong Growth Amidst Challenging Market Developments
  • Tom Byrd at CCS Insight about Eco products feature throughout MWC
  • Jack Gold at J. Gold Associates and Ken Dulaney, at Gartner via Computerworld about Could a touch-screen BlackBerry be in the offing?
  • Stephanie Pittet and Caroline Milanesi at Gartner and Shiv Bakhshi at IDC via AFP about Mobile industry embraces touch-screen; some bet on projector glasses
  • Jeffrey Hammond at Forrester and IDC's Lewis Ward via TopTechNews about New Android Development Kit Released by Google
  • BKI Media analyst Bena Roberts via IT Week about Google’s Android basks in Mobile World Congress spotlight

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