CTIA Fall 2011 wrap-up

Yet another fall edition of CTIA is over, and Android rules the roost once again. We saw AT&T let loose a few phones with the green robot OS, took a closer hands-on look at the latest shiny phones, and even played with a tablet or two.

Even though we said the fall CTIA was a little smaller than usual this year due to the absence of Samsung and Google , we still found plenty to cover.

Here are all the product announcements, hands-on looks, and news posts we wrote in San Diego. (See Day 1 and Day 2 wrap-ups for information on each day's coverage)

Product announcements
T-Mobile touts two 4G Android tablets: Springboard, Galaxy Tab
MetroPCS debuts Kyocera Presto, LG Beacon
RIM introduces NFC-based BlackBerry Tag app
Plantronics announces the Voyager Pro HD
AT&T releases five new Android handsets
Sonim adds three new rugged phones
Cricket adds Samsung Transfix to Android roster
Cadillac revamps the instrument panel with CUE

Hands-on impressions
T-Mobile Springboard tablet hands on: Looking good
Samsung Transfix: Hands-on impressions
ZTE Score with Muve Music: Hands-on video, pics
Motorola Atrix 2 hands-on
Samsung Stratosphere video, photos: Verizon's LTE business play
Pantech Pocket first impressions, pics
Samsung Transform Ultra: Hands-on impressions
Sprint's Kyocera DuraMax and DuraCore: Hands-on from CTIA
LG Optimus Slider: Hands-on, images
HTC Sensation XL with Beats Audio: Hands-on and photos
Pantech Jest 2, Pantech Hotshot hands-on
HTC Titan, HTC Radar on video from CTIA

Mobile industry coverage
AT&T to usher in split personality mobile devices
Android to get enterprise friendlier
Wireless execs see connected devices as "next big thing"
Make a T-Mobile call on your new iPhone
PolyCom brings videoconferencing to iPad, Android tablets
Sprint CEO: Wireless industry can help our troubled economy
Huawei's goal: Be a Top 5 vendor in three years
Get ready for the smart keg
AT&T: Our LTE phones will be thinner, more efficient (scoop)
Sprint CEO: We'll give guidance on the iPhone (scoop)
Nokia testing labs: Breaking phones to fix them
Could wireless service go extinct?
Amex: Partnerships required for mobile payments
U.S. has more mobile subscribers than people, study finds
Lightsquared's GPS fix could cost industry $400M
Mobile payments looking at turbulent times
Mobile devices increasingly bridging work, personal lives
Why Microsoft missed a golden opportunity at CTIA

For more, check out our slideshows and videos on our CTIA page

 

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