Bob O'Donnell

Bob O'Donnell has been quoted 20 times in 15 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Bob O'Donnell’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Bob O'Donnell speaks about are Samsung and Microsoft, for example. Most recently, Bob O'Donnell was quoted in the article Google's digital assistant comes to new Android phones saying, “Clearly Google needs to move forward because their battle in the future is not going to be over the operating system, it's going to be about assistant platforms.”.

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It's an absolutely essential service for them to drive more growth in all of their key revenue-generating businesses.

Clearly Google needs to move forward because their battle in the future is not going to be over the operating system, it's going to be about assistant platforms.

When a market gets saturated, the growth is all about refresh. This is exactly what happened to PCs. It's exactly what happened to tablets. It's starting to happen to smartphones.

By having options for both, they can cover the full potential market.

Though many had written the category off, it's fascinating to see both Microsoft and Apple make big PC-related announcements this week. It clearly shows the relevance that computers still have.

I think this is very nicely priced. The other big thing, with PlayStation VR, is it works with the 40 million PlayStation 4 that are already out there. That's another huge advantage because when you talk about the Vive, the Oculus Rift, you have got to get a high-end personal computer that most people don't have.

The new phones look nice, but the problem that Xiaomi, and all of these vendors are facing, is that we're seeing a slowdown in major innovations. Everybody nowadays is bringing out slightly better cameras, slightly faster processors and other relatively minor improvements.

I think smartphones peaked in fourth quarter 2015, and this year's going to be relatively flat, and perhaps even down. I'm not so sure if these new phones are going to make a dramatic difference for them.

It makes no sense to tether ourselves with cables to our mobile devices.

While the camera improvements for the iPhone 7 Plus are nice, they are incremental for most and the lack of headphone jacks could offset that for others.

Smartphone advancements are slowing down as the market is maturing, so minor things like look and feel get more attention.

When you're big enough, you need to think bigger picture and longer term.

The SE's price point is too high for a lot of emerging markets, even at $399.

It won't impact iPhone sales. This particular phone is an iPhone 5c running iOS 8, an old version of the operation system on a particular model. Even if they can break into that, it may not translate into other iPhones or newer operating systems, like the 9.1 released on Monday.

I think we're gonna see a huge number of existing iPhone users upgrade to iPhone 6 because a lot of Apple people have been looking at their friends with larger Android phones and wanting to have those larger screens. So I think we'll see a real growth. And I think Apple will gain share back from Android just because of the iPhone 6.

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