Doubling down on wireless at CTIA
The semiannual wireless show features a lineup of new phones, services, and appearances by top industry executives.
A phone parade at CTIA
A roundup of some of the highlights from CTIA, including Windows Mobile 6.1 and Samsung's touch-screen phone (just don't call it an iPhone killer).
GSMA new-phone parade
ARM shows off Android prototype running on Google's platform and Sony Ericsson unveils iPhone competitor. (2/12/08)
First look: Verizon Wireless XV6900 and HTC Touch Dual
At CTIA 2008, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the HTC Touch Dual and the XV6900, which is Verizon's version of the Dual's predecessor.
First look: LG Vu
Nicole Lee takes a look at the LG Vu, one of the first phones to support AT&T's mobile TV.
First look: Motorola Z9
Kent German shows us the Motorola Z9 for AT&T.
First look: Samsung Instinct
Kent German shows us a new cell phone by Samsung and Sprint which is set out to be a big iPhone competitor.
First look: LG enV(2)
Nicole Lee shows us the LG enV(2) which includes some nice design improvements over its previous model.
First look: Sony XPERIA X1
Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1, their first Windows Mobile smart phone.
First look: Kyocera Neo E1100
Kent German takes a look at the Kyocera Neo E1100, a new-style phone with a clean display.
First look: Samsung SGH-G810
Kent German takes a look at the Samsung SGH G810.
First look: Kyocera Mako S4000
Kent German takes a look at the Kyocera Mako S4000.
First look: Motorola Q9c
Bonnie Cha takes a look at the Motorola Q9c in lime green.
Is Motorola putting lipstick on a pig? (3/26/08)
Motorola hits redial on handset biz (3/26/08)
Android phones as early as this fall? (3/24/08)
Verizon Wireless opens its network (3/19/08)