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Must-see videos from CTIA 2013

CNET brings you the best of CTIA's new devices, all on video.

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LAS VEGAS -- The 2013 CTIA kicked off today. The last event of the wireless show season, CTIA tends to be a bit quieter than Mobile World Congress and CES. Yet, there are plenty of new handsets, hotpots, and accessories on display at the Sands Expo. Keep on clicking in this gallery to join CNET's team of reporters as they search the show floor and capture the best of CTIA on video. And as we shoot more videos we'll be expanding this list.

1. Resilient Kyocera Hydro XTRM now available (hands-on)

Available from U.S. Cellular, this 4G LTE handset features a 5-megapixel camera and is both waterproof and shockproof.

2. Kyocera unveils waterproof Hydro Edge (hands-on)

Continuing its line of waterproof handsets, Kyocera introduced the 4-inch Hydro Edge for Sprint and Boost Mobile at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas.

3. Sprint announces three tri-band LTE hot spots (hands-on)

Three new 4G LTE-ready hot spots will be coming your way this summer -- and one of them you can take with you overseas.

4. Hands-on with Yota Ruby, not your average hot spot

Interesting design elements ensure this isn't your ordinary hot spot.

5. Coolpad demos Quattro 2 4G handset (hands-on)

Sporting a bigger screen and better specs than its predecessor, the Coolpad Quattro II 4G is ready to take on C-Spire users.

6. Cobra iRadar Atom

Whoa there, speed demon -- for $199, Cobra iRadar Atom keeps you in the know about local speed trackers in your vicinity.

7. Cobra AirWave wireless music receiver

Interesting design elements ensure this isn't your ordinary hot spot.

8. Kwikset Kevo: Unlock your front door with a tap

Kwikset Kevo's smartphone app and electronic deadbolt let you lock and unlock your front door with just your fingertip.

9. Samsung Galaxy S4 (Cricket)

What's different about Cricket's Galaxy S4? It comes preloaded with Cricket's unlimited music service.

10. Samsung Galaxy Discover leaps to Cricket (hands-on)

Craving the stock Android experience? You'll find it on this entry-level Ice Cream Sandwich phone.

11. Cricket's Android 4.1 Samsung Admire 2 (hands-on)

As Cricket's LTE footprint expands, this compact Galaxy S3 lookalike will be ready.

12. Pearl and Oyster pack an audio wallop (hands-on)

Making waves for the first time in the U.S., the Pearl and Oyster wireless speakers from Damson Audio have washed up on the beaches of CTIA 2013. Both Bluetooth products are designed by the British manufacturer, but it's the first time we've seen them on this side of the pond.