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From woes to wow at wireless show

Despite the financial troubles dragging down the telecom industry, the annual CTIA Wireless IT and Internet trade show manages to dazzle on-lookers with some wireless debuts.

Despite the financial troubles dragging down the telecom industry, the annual CTIA Wireless IT and Internet trade show manages to dazzle on-lookers with some wireless debuts.

Phones getting cozy with photos
Already popular in Europe, MMS, which lets cell phone users send wireless text messages with photo attachments, is nearing a U.S. launch, sources say.
October 17, 2002

RealNetworks goes mobile with NEC
The company says a mobile version of its multimedia playback software is now available in NEC's MobilePro P300 handheld computers.
October 17, 2002

PalmSource, Sony Ericsson link arms
The two companies plan to use Bluetooth short-range radio technology to make their cell phones and handheld computers interoperable.
October 17, 2002

Printer in your pocket? HP's got it
A new technology allows business travelers to send documents from a wireless device to a networked printer. HP and RIM team up.
October 16, 2002

Sony: For games' sake, fix your phones
Wireless gaming, only in its infancy, suffers when cell phone makers rush out buggy products, a Sony executive says.
October 16, 2002

BlackBerry goes global
Research In Motion is launching new BlackBerry handheld devices that can move among next-generation networks in Europe, Asia and North America.
October 16, 2002

Wireless wonders, revenue worries
Mobile printing and a wireless messaging "community" are among the new technologies expected to be unveiled at the telecom industry's biggest trade show.
October 15, 2002