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Welcome to CTIA

With blue skies and palm trees, you know you're in San Diego.

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Now showing at Samsung

You can always count on Samsung to have one of the largest booths at the show.

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A Samsung Moment

On the first day of the show Omar Khan, Samsung's SVP of strategy and product management, introduced the new Moment Android smartphone for Sprint.

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A Windows Mobile test drive

New Windows Mobile 6.5 devices lined a long table at the Microsoft booth.

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Hot for the Holidays

The CTIA Hot for the Holidays contest asked judges to pick the best devices at the show. The smartphones category included new and existing models.

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Talk on your watch

The W Phonewatch from Kempler and Strauss lets you make Bluetooth headset calls from your wrist.

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Android invasion

A visit to Motorola's booth shows that the company has jumped into Android in a big way.

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Moving at Moto

You also could dance the day away at Motorola's booth.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X2

While roaming the show floor, we caught a quick look at the new Sony Ericsson Xperia X2.

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Outfit your phone

Though they're regulated to a corner of the convention center, cell phones accessories play a big role at CTIA.

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