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TECHnalysis Research In The Media

TECHnalysis Research president and chief analyst Bob O'Donnell is regularly quoted in major online sites and print publications around the world and is a frequent guest or commentator for TV and other media. To contact Bob for a quote or commentary or to book him for a media interview/guest appearance, you can email him at bob@technalysisresearch.com or contact him directly on his mobile phone at 1 (650) 224-2355.

Here are some examples of his commentary on TV or in the press:

TV/VIDEO/RADIO/PODCAST:

Samsung unveils its latest product lineup, including the Galaxy Z Flip

Google will benefit from future 'fundamental shift' in advertising: Analyst

Renaissance Era in Innovation #CES2020

TECHnalysis Research President and Chief Analyst Bob O'Donnell talks tech at CES 2020

Sony is attempting to reinvent itself, says analyst

PRESS:

Ready for 5G? Samsung’s new flagship phones are equipped

The invisible, profitable world of cloud computing

Galaxy S20 brings 5G to Samsung customers, whether they want it or not

Samsung Unveils Compact Foldable Phone, 5G Galaxy S20 to Fend Off Apple, Huawei

Samsung prices cheapest new Galaxy smartphones at $1,000, even after Apple went lower on iPhone

Razr Reviews Raise $1500 Durability Question

With the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung looks for its foldable do-over

Calculating the cost of 5G for Apple's next iPhones

Ever wondered what Microsoft really thought about the iPad? Ex-Windows boss spills beans

Research Shows Cloud Workloads Vary by Platform, but Data Rules

Qualcomm decides the autonomous-driving party finally began at CES 2020

CES 2020: The long-promised ‘Year of 5G’ arrives with more promises and little 5G

AMD’s Command Performace at CES 2020 Was Years in the Making

CES 2020: Quibi, the billion-dollar streaming service, makes its pitch to be noticed

Trump stumbles as smartphone-obsessed America falls far behind in the race to roll out 5G networks

CES 2020: Sony announces electric car concept