Monday, April 14, 2008

April 14, 2008 Roundup

Analysts in the news for April 14:

  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group via Engadget about Switched On: Slacker in your slacks (Part 2)
  • Dean Bubley at Disruptive Analysis about At last, a data-only tariff plan for handsets in the UK
  • Thomas Husson at JupiterResearch about Grapevine
  • Andreas Constantinou at VisionMobile about Making money on the last mile: Introducing Channel ARPU
  • Robert Caunt at CCS Insight about N810 Internet Tablet Shows Nokia at Its Best and Worst
  • Carl Howe at Yankee Group about Changing the world, one mobile phone at a time
  • Peter Kim at Forrester about US Mobile Marketing: Easier Done Than Said
  • Ross Rubin at NPD Group via RCR Wireless News about At AT&T, a richer retail experience comes to the Surface
  • RBC Capital’s Mark Sue via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Motorola: RBC Cuts Target - "Cheap, But No Bargain"
  • Ben Wood at CSS Insight, Neil Mawston at Strategy Analytics, Richard Windsor at Nomura International and Carolina Milanesi at Gartner via Dow Jones about Software Could Trip Up Nokia's iPhone Rival, Analysts Say
  • Oppenheimer analyst Yair Reiner via Barron’s Online Tech Trader Daily about Garmin Slides As Oppenheimer Downgrades, Chops Ests
  • Roger Entner at IAG Research via CNET about T-Mobile betting on 3G to close on high-speed competitors

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