Samsung Stratosphere 4G for Verizon hands-on [Video]


While it wasn’t the announcement we were hoping for from Samsung at CTIA 2011, the company did show off the Verizon Stratosphere, the first 4G LTE device on the network with a full QWERTY keyboard. We’re rocking and rolling at CTIA, so you just know we had to play with it. The Samsung Stratosphere has…

Motorola Atrix 2 hands-on from CTIA 2011 [Video]


The Motorola Atrix 2 was arguably the most exciting of the five new Android phones announced by AT&T and we just had to play around with the thing while we are at CTIA 2011 in San Diego. The original Atrix was dubbed “the world’s most powerful smartphone” and the Atrix 2 continues Motorola’s recent history…

Number of wireless devices in use exceeds the entire U.S. population


CTIA announced today that the number of American wireless subscriber connections has officially exceeded the population the United States and its territories, which are Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands. The total population is 315.5 million inhabitants, while the number of wireless subscriber connections is 327.6 million. That translates to a penetration of 103.9…

CTIA 2011: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon CEOs play nice

CTIA: CEOs play nice

We were hoping for an epic slugfest between the CEOs of AT&T, Sprint and Verizon during the CTIA 2011 keynote but instead we got a few playful jabs and a whole lot of talk about collaboration, innovation and how amazing the wireless industry is. Unlike the previous CTIA keynote, the CEOs of the three largest…

CTIA 2011 preview: CEO showdown but no Nexus Prime


We’re live from the CTIA Enterprise and Apps show in sunny San Diego and this was poised to be one of the best fall show yet before a major handset announcement was postponed. Fear not, loyal reader, as the mobile conference will still be jam-packed with interesting news and apps, so let’s take a look…

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