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