CTIA Wireless 2011 @ Orlando

CTIA Wireless 2011 @ Orlando News

The Ladies of CTIA 2011 in Orlando, FL

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Going to huge tech conventions and conferences like CTIA 2011 is a rough life. You wake up very early every single day to hit meetings, keynotes to live-blog and hot hardware to track down. Then you’re walking a few miles every day as you trek the showroom floor in search of cool new gadgets, accessories…

Hands-On: Sony Ericsson LiveView at CTIA 2011

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The Sony Ericsson LiveView accessory has been out in the U.S. for about a month, so thought we should check it out after spending some more quality time with the Xperia Play. If you haven’t heard of it, the LiveView is a Bluetooth accessory wearable thanks to a clip on the back that connects to…

Upcoming OtterBox Case for Motorola Xoom is Dock-Friendly

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At CTIA, OtterBox was showing off their work-in-progress case for the Motorola Xoom tablet. As usual, it’ll have the three layers of protection (silicon skin, hard plastic frame, and splash-resistant screen protector no additional screen like on the handset Defend Series, unfortunately), and the extra outer hard case can act as a stand just like…

Wysips to enable solar-powered screens for phones

French startup Wysips has an awesome idea to bring solar energy to mobile phones. Instead of putting a large and ugly solar panel on the back of the device, they want to integrate it into a phone display in such a way that user wouldn’t even know there’s a solar panel on their phone. The…

Are 3D smartphones right for you? Maybe not yet …

The great 3D debate

This week at CTIA 2011 in Orlando we saw something that we really haven’t seen in smartphones before: glasses-free 3D displays. We knew they were coming, but it’s certainly something else to hold it in your hands and to see for yourself. The two showstoppers were most certainly the HTC EVO 3D for Sprint, and…

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