CTIA Las Vegas 2010

Head out to the desert with PhoneDog! The PhoneDog crew - and David from TmoNews - will be out in Las Vegas starting Monday, March 22 for CTIA. Join us all week for live coverage on PhoneDog.com and all of our PhoneDog Media sites.

We're expecting big things from carriers, handset makers and software developers, including the latest WiMax and 4G gear, new Android smartphones, and much more. Whatever's launched at the show, we'll keep you up to date via blog posts, hands-on video and photos, and twitter updates. So check in early and often starting Monday morning as PhoneDog goes live to Las Vegas for CTIA Spring 2010!

While going through my gallery this weekend, I discovered some pictures that I forgot to put on the website - pictures from the LG booth!  Included...
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Jon of Tehkseven rounds up all of the big cellular news we highlighted last week on PhoneDog in an exciting fast paced and fun video.
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Aaron visits the ZTE Booth at CTIA 2010 in Las Vegas.  Between phones, home electronics, and netbooks, the company is working hard to expand its US...
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Not that they look any different than the Pre Plus or Pixi Plus currently offered by Verizon (because they're exactly the same, sans wireless radio...
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Top 5 Thursdays is a day late this week, but I have a valid excuse: It took me a full day to begin recovering from the madness that is a trade show...
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Movie buff? YouTube addict? Gamer? Tablets powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 250 chips might have what you need. See for yourself, as Adriana gets a personal...
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A lot of green-friendly effort went into the tiny form factor of the LG Remarq. But how does it stand up as a pocketable featurephone? Adriana got...
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As if users of Kempler & Strauss' "W" didn't already feel like Dick Tracy — the watchphone now has new updates, colors and the snazzy new gold-...
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Aaron takes a look at the Pantech Link, one of AT&T's upcoming Quick Messaging Devices (QMD's).  Resembling a cross between a BlackBerry and a...
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Adriana gets an up-close look at the LG Arena, a robust 5 megapixeler with built-in photo-editing features, plus TV and multimedia.
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AT&T's got that iPad thingy to start supporting when Apple's 3G-enabled tablet computers start shipping in a month or so, but in the meantime...
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Kyocera's back in the smartphone game with the Android-powered Zio.  Will it make waves in an already crowded market?  
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An entry-level messaging phone? For $30? The LG Cosmos is geared for budget-conscious consumers obsessed with text and status updates. Adriana finds...
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Ain't no party like a Sprint launch party 'cause a Sprint launch party don't stop!  Coverage from the HTC EVO media event at CTIA.
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LG just recently announced the dual-sim LG GX500. But are two sim cards better than one? Let's find out, as Adriana takes a quick look at the GSM...
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Sprint and HTC launched the first WiMax Android phone, the Evo 4G. Android 2.1, 4.3" display, WiMax, 8MP camera, HD video capture, and more.
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Aaron gets a first-hand look at the Motorola i1.  Finally, some excitement in the iDEN lineup!
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Dan Hesse, CEO, SprintPeter Chou, CEO, HTC
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