Next Inning Technology Research, an
online investment newsletter focused on semiconductor and technology
stocks, announced it has updated outlooks for Palm,
Research in Motion , Apple, Google and Microsoft.
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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— What factors have enabled Apple to become the leader in the
smartphone market? Are other smartphone firms becoming better equipped
to knock Apple off its pedestal?
— Does Palm have the resources to stay competitive with the
major smartphone makers? Might a buyout be the most likely path forward
for Palm? Which firms would be most likely to buy Palm and what price
would it take to get the deal done?
— Is RIM getting left in the dust by flashier smartphone
rivals or is its positioning in the market being underestimated by
— Did Google make a mistake by getting involved in the
hardware side of the smartphone business? What is the best way for
Google to leverage its strengths as it pursues more opportunities in the
— Is Microsoft’s foray into the handset market the right
strategy to reinvigorate interest in its mobile operating system? Could
Intel change the equation for Microsoft’s mobile strategy in the not
too distant future?
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