Anders Bylund

Anders Bylund


Anders Bylund is a Foolish Technology and Entertainment Specialist. Where the two markets intersect, you'll find his wheelhouse. He has been an official Fool since 2006 but a jester all his life.

Hypoallergenic. Contains six flavors not found in nature. Believes in coyotes and time as an abstract.

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Recent articles

Why Nokia's Stock Crashed Today

The Finnish builder of communications equipment fell short of Wall Street's expectations in the first quarter, but management still expects a solid year overall.

SAP's Cloud-Computing Sales Keep Soaring

The German business computing powerhouse delivered 25% revenue growth thanks to an explosive performance in the cloud services division.

Netflix 1, Steven Spielberg 0

Cinema legend Steven Spielberg wanted to exclude streaming services like Netflix from the Academy Awards gala. Here's how that worked out in 2019.

IBM Served Up Some Surprises in Q1

The computing titan is prepping for a $33 billion merger, and you won't hear management talking about "strategic imperatives" after this.

Why Phunware's Shares Jumped Again Today

Last week's bare-bones patent announcement got some meat today, as the mobile-technology specialist formed a patent-licensing partnership with a specialist in that trade.

How Phunware's Shares Doubled in Two Days

The maker of programming platforms for mobile gaming apps was awarded a good-looking patent on Tuesday, but the stock didn't move until Thursday's press release made the news easier to find.

Why American Tower's Stock Gained 12% in March

The cell tower operator posted solid results in late February, sparking analyst upgrades in March. The company is also revamping its debt portfolio at lower interest rates.

Why Sprint Shares Fell 11% in March

Investors saw dark clouds ahead for the pending merger with T-Mobile. A failed deal would be a crushing blow to this company and its stock.