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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:


What investors can expect from big tech earnings


TECHnalysis Research President on Apple’s record earnings: iPhone sales were ‘a little surprising’

5G and Potential Impact on US-China Trade War


Why Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile just spent $80 billion in an auction, and what it will mean for 5G

Will 5G ever live up to the hype?

Samsung wants to give you 100 days to try its foldable devices, the Z Flip 5G and Z Fold2 5G smartphones

Poly Sees New Market for Premium Home Video Conferencing Devices

As Tech Industry's Influence and Power Grow, So Does Political Scrutiny

Servers Are Becoming More Heterogeneous

Lehigh Carbon Community College one of four U.S. schools to partner with Amazon on robotics training for high-paying jobs. ‘This program has been great for me.’

Carriers Go All-In On Mid-Band 5G

MediaTek's new chipsets pack in features for high-end phones -- but not faster 5G

Samsung unveils S21 smartphone lineup, cuts price from last year

Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, S21 Ultra arrive Jan. 29 with new design, $200 price cut

PC Market Upswing Accelerates in Q4 2020

After sucky 2020, Samsung pitches a 'better normal' at CES 2021

Facebook blocks Trump indefinitely following Capitol Hill violence

Big Tech Show, Now Virtual, Aims For Digital Connections

Qualcomm CEO transition: Cristiano Amon to take over from Steve Mollenkopf

New Qualcomm Chip Opens Door to $125 5G Phones