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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:


Disney's new ESPN plus offering is limited

Bloomberg Markets: January Jobs, iPhone Super Cycle Dead

TECHnalysis' O'Donnell Says 'Big Time Growth in Smartphones Is Over'

Users may be looking at the price point for the Apple X

Intel Earnings Up Amid Chip Flaws

What Technologies Are On The Innovation Horizon For 2018?

Bloomberg Markets: Amazon Narrows HQ2 List, Star Wars Fatigue

What are the new tech toys for adults?

How Apple's Battery Fix Could Impact iPhone Sales

IHS Markit Sees Driverless Cars Poised for Liftoff


Waymo & Uber: A Truce That Will Not Last

Google and Nest reunite in push to add AI to every gadget

Chipmakers Discuss a Future After Meltdown and Spectre

Chip Heads Gauge Silicon Roadmap

Apple, once again, has a bad case of the iPhone jitters

Apple's User Base Grows, but Analysts Probe for More Detail

Apple challenged to show iPhone star shines

Apple's HomePod Set to Barge Into Hot Speaker Market

Sigma Designs to liquidate, lay off hundreds of workers following failed merger

Apple launches HomePod voice speaker, taking on Google, Amazon

Google Device Bug Chokes Home WiFi Networks

Multimedia Weekly Digest: CES Show

Apple's iPhone Addiction Issue Unlikely to Impact Shares Anytime Soon: Analysts

Tech faithful gather to worship at mecca of innovation

Why CES 2018 is critical for Samsung

8 ways artificial intelligence is going to change the way you live, work and play in 2018

Intel calls reports of security flaw in its processors 'wildly inaccurate'

Race for 'smart' hits fever pitch at electronics show

5G to AR: Here are 7 technologies to watch in 2018