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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:

How Apple's in-house chips will improve user experience

Apple Arm Chips for Macs (1:16:00 into full Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia:program)

Bob O'Donnell on the Markets (Radio)

Amazon is not the 'efficient model' we once thought: Tech Analyst

Apple and Google team up to develop contact tracing app

Looking Back at 15 Years of Killer Innovations

Big tech companies ask employees to work from home

Apple supply chain problems: Will iPhones be scarce?

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:

Apple just made it more attractive to go all-in on iPhone, iPad and Mac

Macs Move to Apple Silicon Announced at WWDC

Apple's WWDC will be one of its most important in years

Apple, Microsoft and Sony are showing big tech how to hold conferences in a COVID-19 world

Apple to Design Its Own ARM-Based Mac Chips

Flexibility, Cost Drive Microsoft Cosmos DB Improvements

The US job market had its worst month in history, but Apple and Amazon are still hiring

HP Sees Accelerated Push for Enterprise Chromebooks, Thin Clients

Big tech is getting even bigger in the age of coronavirus

As earnings loom, Big Tech to highlight pandemic efforts

How Apple Watch went from fashion accessory to fitness must-have

Why the iPhone SE is the perfect iPhone for the times

Privacy risks loom over Apple and Google's COVID-19 tracing tool

Without fanfare, Apple launches new iPhone for the budget-minded

OnePlus 8 Pro marks the improbable rise of the Chinese phone maker

These 5G Laptops Will Change the Way You Work

Google's video chat service adds 2 million users a day amid coronavirus

Latest Coronavirus Myths: 5G, Malaria Drug, Face Masks,

Allaying Fears of Purported 5G Link with COVID-19

HP to Bring Bromium Security Technology to SMBs with Select Commercial PCs

Amazon prioritizes medical supplies, staples for delivery

Internet providers are cutting data caps, increasing speeds as more Americans work from home

As 5G goes nationwide, US carriers' capex, spectrum plans come into focus

E-Commerce Firm Peixe in Talks to Buy Electric Scooter Startup Grow: Sources

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razr Clash to Reach the Top as Foldable Phones Still Struggle to Make Impact in 2020

Sorry, Razr and Galaxy Z Flip: Foldable phones still need a win

Here's why your next, next phone will be a folding one

Opinion: The 5G rollout is already behind, and coronavirus could slow it even more

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