Tuesday, January 12, 2010

New Report: Google vs. Apple in Wireless

/PRNewswire/ -- A new Jeff Kagan Report & Comment discusses Google and its first wireless phone, Nexus One and Android: how it may change the wireless industry and how it compares to and competes with the Apple iPhone.

This report also looks at how Google and Apple will impact others like RIM, Palm, Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola and others, as well as networks like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and others.

"Strategies are changing in the wireless industry. In a few short years the entire industry will look completely different. Will you be a leader or will you be caught by surprise?" asks Kagan.

The report discusses the changing wireless industry and the two companies that are not wireless companies yet are both leaders in their field and using their power to reshape this industry.

Smart phone growth is accelerating and will become dominant during the next few years. There are enormous opportunities and risks involved for every player, including handset makers, networks, network equipment, and App makers.

The wireless industry already looks much different over the last few years and that transformation will continue. Over the next few years it will look like an entirely different place.

This report discusses where the industry has been and where it is heading. It looks at the new opportunities and the hidden challenges. It looks at how certain leaders may lose their footing and become followers or worse. It has happened before in the 1990's and it is about to happen again.

Click here for PREVIEW and additional information about reports: http://www.jeffkagan.com/ or http://www.jeffkagan.com/jeff_kagan_report_&_comment.htm


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(4) RIM Blackberry: How will new competition from Apple and Google impact the company?

(5) State of the industry 2010; wireless and telecom in transition

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