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Briefly: Uber iOS app updated, increased Canaccord Apple target price

03/03, 9:48pm

Uber update replaces SMS with push notifications

Uber has announced its update for its iOS app, featuring a shift from SMS message notifications to push notifications. Soon to include real-time information regarding its recently announced surge pricing, the taxi travel app now accepts PayPal as a fare payment option, meaning no credit card is required. Uber is free to download through iTunes.

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Early estimate: Samsung ahead of Apple once again in Q1 2012

04/02, 9:50am

Canaccord sees Samsung regain lead in 2012

Samsung should retake the edge in the smartphone space as of the first quarter, Canaccord Genuity said in early estimates. Analyst T. Michael Walkley saw Samsung going back to 28.2 percent share on the back of 41 million smartphones. Apple would have its strongest winter ever, but at 32.6 million iPhones would have a more modest 22.4 percent.

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Canaccord: iPhone 4S outsold Galaxy Nexus on Verizon

01/06, 12:20pm

Analyst shows iPhone 4S holding off rivals

The iPhone 4S held off the Galaxy Nexus for the top spot in smartphones on Verizon, Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley found through channel checks. Apple's newest phone still had the top sales spot on every major US carrier that sells it in December, keeping the first Android 4.0 phone at second place. As before, the only carrier where Apple didn't lead was T-Mobile, where it doesn't participate.

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Canaccord: Apple, Samsung taking over US smartphone sales

12/06, 10:05am

Analyst has Apple, Samsung win at cost of HTC, RIM

Apple and Samsung have been gradually taking over the US smartphone market, Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley said in a research note Tuesday. Based on channel checks e saw all three iPhone models gain real-world sell-through share in November and the iPhone 4S continue to be the top seller at AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. Samsung had achieved a rare feat, however, and saw the Galaxy S II take the second-place spot away from the regular iPhone 4 on AT&T.

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Analyst: PC chips stockpiling due to HDD shortages, tablets

11/30, 5:35pm

Market still feeling effects of Thai floods

Although the floodwaters have receded in Thailand, the disaster is still said to be affecting supply chains in the tech industry. Canaccord Genuity analyst Bobby Burleson suggests Intel has been forced to stockpile its microprocessors as a "direct result" of the hard drive shortages that resulted from flooded factories located in Thailand.

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Analyst: BlackBerry 7 sales dropping off in past two weeks

11/18, 12:45pm

Canaccord says BlackBerry 7 not keeping pace

Sales of BlackBerry 7 phones like the Bold 9900 have tapered off in the face of stiff competition, Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley said in a research note Friday. Based on "recent checks," he saw slowing sales to actual customers in the past two weeks. The drop came even with the launch of the AT&T Bold 9900.

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Analyst sees 77m iPhones in 2011, Android at 50% by 2012

07/08, 10:15am

Canaccord ups iPhone targets but sees Android high

Apple is seeing stepped up iPhone sales that will increase its total share, but not necessarily enough to stop Android from getting half of the market, Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Wakley said in two research notes. Checks last month showed the iPhone was still the top phone at AT&T and Verizon despite pressure from Android. He boosted his estimates from 75.5 million iPhones in 2011 to 77.3 million based on both the popularity and increased expectations Apple would ship the iPhone 5 in September.

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Analyst: iPhone sales strong, Atrix 4G and BlackBerry weak

05/09, 10:00am

Canaccord says iPhone strong but RIM, Motorola low

An investment note from Canaccord Genuity lead analyst T. Michael Walkley on Monday suggested that some of the halo devices for Android and BlackBerry were struggling to get sales even as Apple was succeeding. The iPhone and iPad were still selling very well at AT&T and Verizon in April and, in many cases, were outselling flagship Android devices. The iPhone 4 was the best-selling smartphone at both carriers, and the $49 iPhone 3GS was outselling both the HTC Inspire 4G and Motorola Atrix, according to checks at several stores.

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Intel said cutting chip prices to goose demand, counter iPad

09/17, 11:50am

Intel drops chip prices by 50pc to recover sales

Intel is slashing processor prices to keep demand alive and possibly to offset the iPad effect, Canaccord Genuity analyst Bobby Burleson said today. The chip producer was reported in checks as having cut prices by half on Atom, Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 chips and by 15 percent for some chipsets. The move was predicted to fuel short-term demand, though it would come mostly from computer builders stocking up.

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