CTIA Wireless 2008 @ Las Vegas

CTIA Wireless 2008 News

Samsung Booth Tour from CTIA Las Vegas 2008

CTIA 2008 in beautiful Las Vegas, NV is long over. But, that doesn’t mean we can’t relive the excitement of the showroom floor. Admitedly, the CTIA show was a bit slow in comparison to CES and Mobile World Congress, but that was almost expected. There CTIA only filled up half of the Las Vegas convention…

Hands-on with Nokia 1606 and 3606 from Nokia Booth CTIA Las Vegas 2008

Nokia’s booth at CTIA Las Vegas 2008 was impressive. Alongside giants like LG, Samsung, and Motorola (even though they didn’t really display anything), Nokia stood proudly with its multi-colored, techno-music-playing, high-end handset displays. The Nokia N810 WiMAX-enabled tablet was on hand to show off just what WiMAX could do for the Internet Tablet from Espoo.…

Sprint prepping to launch iDEN BlackBerry with WiFi in 2008

Here’s some good news for die-hard Nextel iDEN network-fans. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse announced at CTIA that Sprint will be bringing the addictive smartphone goodness of the BlackBerry to Nextel customers still loyal to the iDEN network-based service. The new BlackBerry will apparently rock WiFi to help speed up the data-side of things when within…

Motorola official with GPS-enabled Smart Rider phone

Back in February we saw Moto Smart Rider passing the FCC hurdle, and now, almost two months later it’s here. Of course, it was announced at the CTIA where we expected much more from America’s struggling handset makers, but “it is what it is,” as they say. Anyway, the Smart Rider is everything but an…

Kyocera jumps into GSM market; Announces 4 handsets

Kyocera announced its entry into the GSM handset market with four new GSM phones. The new devices will launch initially in Latin America, where a number of CDMA service providers recently switched to GSM networks. Four handsets are: E4600 – slider-shaped quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) device; features MP3 player, 2-megapixel camera with video record/playback, Bluetooth, expandable…

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