CTIA Fall 2010

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October 08, 2010
As CTIA Enterprise & Applications comes to a close, there were a few big trends that defined the event: the continued explosion of Android phones, more competition in the 4G wars, and renewed repo...
October 08, 2010
It's only been available for a couple of weeks and HeyWire is already one of the most popular apps for the iPhone and iPod touch. Why? Because it lets you text friends and family for free using a real number.
October 07, 2010
Even with all of the momentum Android has these days, we're still not huge fans of the interface. Compared to iOS and Windows Phone, it just doesn't look that modern, and (depending on the phone maker) it can be tough to get around.
October 07, 2010
At the CTIA Fall conference on Thursday, Jabra announced a new behind-the-ear Bluetooth headset called the Wave, while also spotlighting a new portal to find apps that work with Jabra products.
October 07, 2010
You don't have to buy an AirPlay device or the Apple TV to stream stuff from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. If you ask Cywee, all you need is their little adapter, which beams video and audio to a ...
October 07, 2010
Oh no, not another Android tablet! That's what I first thought when Taiwanese company Cywee whipped out its 7-inch slate here at CTIA, which PCD is bringing to market by the middle of next year.
October 07, 2010
Last night we had a chance to get our mitts on the very hot T-Mobile G2, the carrier's first HSPA+ phone. With this technology inside the G2 promises 4G speeds in 65 major markets and counting.
October 07, 2010
Vlingo on Thursday announced the launch of a free Android app for Sprint users that lets people send and respond to messages, make calls, and get directions all hands free.
October 06, 2010
Positioned as an easy-to-use and affordable Android phone for the masses, the Optimus T is the latest in a parade of low-cost Android phones hitting the market. It's a compact Android 2.2 phone that w...
October 06, 2010
The big news for Sprint today was Sprint ID, but what about the phones themselves that support these new personalization packs? Here's our quick take on each handset, starting at just $49. Also check out the full gallery below..
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