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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 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:


'Galaxy S8 is a very impressive phone'

Full Show: Bloomberg Technology (04/07)

Twitter Thwarts Government Effort to Unmask Trump Critic

Google Brings Fake News Fact-Checking to News Searches

What's the buzz at MWC 2017?

Bloomberg Markets: Snap Prices IPO at $17 a Share

Breakthroughs few in next iPhone

How Will Lee's Arrest Impact Samsung?

Xiaomi's Note 4X is more of a 'sidegrade'

The smartphone war heats up in India

Uber CEO backs out of Trump business council

Uber faces major backlash

Why iPhone 7 sales could be too much of a good thing

Alphabet Profit Misses Analyst Estimates

Microsoft Beats Estimates Powered by Cloud Gains

Feinseth, O’Donnell Discuss Tech Earnings

Money Talks: Biz Q&A: Jobs of the future

CES becoming more and more of a car show: Expert


Samsung's Galaxy S8 rolls out, and analysts are positive

• EFF: Google Chromebook is still spying on grade school students

Apple Will Soon Join The AR Platform War That Facebook Just Started

Will People Actually Pay $1,000 for Apple's Next iPhone?

Microsoft is fixing those confusing Windows 10 privacy messages

Samsung's assistant Bixby in tough challenge to rivals

How Can Security Update to Fit Modern Workplace Needs?

These Are the 5 New Samsung S8 Features That Could Make You Ditch Your iPhone

Samsung eyes rebound with Galaxy S8 phones, virtual assistant

Apple's Augmented Reality Debut Will Look More Like "Pokemon" Than Magic Leap

Google Maps Now Lets You Share Your Location With Friends and Colleagues

Apple May Alter the AR Competition

3D imaging technology adds a new dimension to phones and apps

Intel buys into the future of autonomous cars with Mobileye

More iPad screen sizes unlikely to stop slump

Surface Pro 4 2-in-1 leads the PC replacement pack

Microsoft supports creative work with tech-enabled spaces

Steelcase and Microsoft Unveil 5 Spaces to Boost Creativity

Furniture maker partners with Microsoft

Why Employees Resist Using Your Collaboration Tools

NFV Platform Battle Plays Out at Mobile World Congress

Snap Sells Itself as Camera Company as IPO Nears

Google's digital assistant comes to new Android phones

Samsung's disjointed OS strategy poses a hurdle for users

Huawei showcases new phones in Barcelona, gets mobbed by eager crowds

Tech Breakthroughs Take Backseat in Upcoming Apple iPhone Launch

How Uber and Lyft Could Eventually Be Overtaken By Google's Waze

A trove of new Android smartphones to debut at MWC

Tiny Singapore to revamp venture capital rules as it angles for a piece of Silicon Valley’s pie

Analysts peer into Microsoft's rumored Windows 10 Cloud

Why You Shouldn’t Root Your Android Phone

Death of the password? Biometrics could be the future of digital security

Tech sector leads resistance to Trump travel ban

Uber faces major backlash

Intelligent HVAC Systems Through Smart Building Technology

• Car Work: The Long-Term View of Autonomous Transportation

The Workplace of the Future

Smartphone Deniers

Android Malware Goes After Wi-Fi Routers; More Ransomware in 2017

Amazon Alexa virtual assistant shines at tech show

At CES 2017, the frenzy over self-driving cars is palpable

Google pushes virtual reality harder with new tools from partners

iPhone’s 10th anniversary: How the Apple product some critics panned changed our lives