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The Las Vegas Convention Center beckons to CTIA attendees. The show took up just half the floor space that CES usually occupies.
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In case you forget where you are, you're at the CTIA show.
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At the NTT DoCoMo booth, a turntable shows off the company's high-tech handsets.
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The Iron Man stands guard at the LG booth.
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LG's watch phone drew oohs and ahs at the company's booth. A glass case kept us from trying it on.
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LG had one of the prettiest booths of the whole show.
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A mechanical bull kept the masses entertained. It gave a few attendees a sore rear end as well.
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A long glass case at the Motorola booth held all the company's cell phones from the last couple of years. AT&T's new Z9 is on the right.
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The Nokia booth didn't have many new phones, but it still offered plenty to see.
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A huge display at the Samsung booth showed lots of lovely graphics.
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Samsung offered an enormous display of its phones.
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With little news at CTIA, Sony Ericsson's booth just showed its existing products.
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Sony Ericsson displayed a statue made entirely from the skins of pink Sony Ericsson Z750s.
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Alcatel held a fashion show in its booth.
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As part of its marketing campaign for its new WiMax-enabled N810 Internet tablet, Nokia invited CTIA attendees to dangle high above the convention center parking lot.
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Despite announcing only one brand new handset at CTIA Motorola's booth had occupied a large portion of the central hall.
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