March 12, 2008 Roundup
Analysts in the news for March 12:
- Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about "Litcast" ?!
- Michael Gartenberg at JupiterResearch about 100k iPhone SDKs already out there? Impressive
- Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about Handset volumes - when's the point of inflection?
- Ross Rubin at The NPD Group about Slacker’s Portable firmware update fixes some glitches
- Dr Windsor Holden at Juniper Research about Mobile music, games and TV to generate $34 billion by 2010
- Seamus McAteer at M:Metrics via San Jose Mercury News about Game developers hear iPhone's call
- Richard Doherty at Envisioneering Group via BusinessWeek about The Search for the Killer iPhone App
- IDC analyst Shiv Bakhshi and Yankee Group analyst Mike Goodman via MacNewsWorld about iPhone: 100,000 SDK Downloads Foretell Glut of iPhone Apps
- Rob Enderle at Enderle Group via Bloomberg.com about Apple IPhone Kit Downloaded by 100,000 Developers
- JupiterResearch's Michael Gartenberg, Tim Bajarin at Creative Strategies and Ross Rubin at NPD Group via USATODAY.com about Short Kindle supply is keeping e-book fans waiting
- Richard Windsor at Nomura and Exane BNP Paribas analyst Steve Babureck via Dow Jones about Texas Instruments' Woes May Signal Mobile Market Slowdown
- Craig J. Mathias at Farpoint Group via Computerworld about How not to build more reliable cellular networks
- American Technology Research analyst Mark McKechnie via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Qualcomm: AmTech Ups Rating; Sees Good 3G Play