4G rules at CTIA
CTIA 2010 offers us 4G news, Android firsts, and messaging phones galore. Check out CNET's complete coverage.
As we pack our bags to leave Las Vegas, It's time to reflect on the CTIA that was. After a sleeper of a show last year, 2010 was quite eventful. The show floor was busier, the announcements were bigger, and there was more of a buzz permeating the Las Vegas Convention Center. It can be hard to keep track of it all, so here's a summary of what we saw.
Sprint and HTC grabbed most of the spotlight when they announced their new . The Evo is more than just hype; it's slick and powerful and Sprint has a growing WiMax network (it might , however). Indeed, we liked it so much that we named it the . Yet, Sprint was not alone in pushing 4G; MetroPCS and Samsung for Las Vegas and other markets later this year. Read Maggie Reardon's for a great perspective on how the technology could develop. T-Mobile tried to counter the 4G news by and AT&T execs .
LG announced an eco-friendly phone for Sprint, the , and a basic handset for Verizon Wireless, the . Nicole Lee visited LG to handle both phones and she took a closer look at the , the , and both the . AT&T its new at the show. It had the and the . If you're looking for a user-friendly phone for the senior set, try the , and if you like the , see the Kempler & Strauss .
Accessories and service
Last, but not least, there was quite a bit of accessory and service news. Nicole delved into Bluetoothland with the , the , and the . AT&T , HTC for its phones and accessories, and Verizon Wireless said . And from Download.com, Jessica Dolcourt covered Opera's , the new , , , and PayPal's "bump" feature for .
That wraps it up from Sin City. See you next year CTIA, in Orlando.