CTIA roundup: Day three

As CTIA closes on its third and last day, our editors take a final look the highlights.

Kyocera Bluetooth Music Gateway
Kyocera Bluetooth Music Gateway CNET Networks

The last day of CTIA is always quiet as show attendees hurry to the airport and the convention center begins the changeover to whatever show comes next. Yet, that didn't stop our editors from nosing around for the last bits of news.

We checked out Kyocera's Bluetooth Music Gateway, CallWave's new Vtxt application and we caught news of the Nokia 5700 Xpress Music, the update to the admirable Nokia 5300. Bonnie Cha posted a slide show for the new Motorola phones, and I gathered several shots of the action on the show floor.

As we said earlier, CTIA was a tad sleepy this year but we still found some noteworthy porducts that caught our eye. Check out our CTIA 2007 Cream of the crop winners for our top picks. See you in September at the fall CTIA show in San Francisco!

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