CTIA 2008

Nokia's Ovi updates puts service in line to fight MobileMe, whatever Windows has

Nokia’s Ovi service was originally a simple photosharing system that took emailed, uploaded, and MMSed images from your phone or computer and put them online. Fair enough. Now, however, Nokia is

T-Mobile officially announces the BlackBerry Pearl 8220 aka KickStart

It’s been rumored for months and today RIM finally made the KickStart official, but now it’s being called the Pearl 8220. It does everything we’ve all grown to love from our candybar BlackBerrie

Samsung's Media Lounge at CTIA

At CES we had the Blounge™ , which was nice and spacious. It also provided us the luxury of not having to deal with other media or lack of Internet connectivity. Microsoft provided a much fancier Bl

Hands on: Velocity Mobile

Just returned from a meeting with Velocity Mobile. The 103 and 111 are impressive devices in their own right, but what VM wants to do with Windows Mobile is even more impressive. They don’t want

Texas Instruments pocket projector prototype

Here’s something that excites me greatly. It’s a prototype of a tiny projector that fits inside of a cell phone. Jim Hallas of Texas Instruments’ DLP group gave me a brief overview o

Unreasonable Stance: Mobile phones can't be improved any further, so why bother?

Welcome to the Unreasonable Stance, where our own Devin Coldewey takes the minority opinion on a tech matter and defends it with convenient data, spun numbers, fanboyism, and insults until he proves,

Here's something that happened at CTIA 2008

[Shakes head disapprovingly]

Live from the Fred Thompson/John Edwards keynote

CrunchGear.com — your most trusted source for political news — brings you the Day Three keynote from the CTIA Wireless 2008 conference. Today’s speakers are the honorable Fred Thomps

Hands-on with the Qualcomm 'Pocketable Computing Device' prototype

Did a little fondling of a prototype device from Qualcomm that’ll be hitting the market soon at under $300. It’s basically a super beefed-up Windows Mobile machine similar in size to the N

Video: AT&T, Microsoft Surface demo


Yahoo! unveils plans for voice-enabled mobile search

Marco Boerries, EVP Yahoo! I just sat in on a Yahoo! press conference here at CTIA and learned a little more about the company’s plans to integrate its “oneSearch 2.0” features into

Live Bloggin: AT&T Media Luncheon

I’m at the AT&T media luncheon listening to the usual shpeal. Reiterating what we already know about AT&T, the US carrier is committed to openness and choice, which is what consumers wan

Hands on: Samsung Alias for Verizon

In case anyone is wondering what the exact difference between the older u740 from Verizon and the new Alias is I decided to snap some photos of the two versions. Like I said before, the keyboard butto

Hands on: Sierra Wireless Compass 597 USB dongle

The USB dongle from Sierra that was announced last month is surprisingly sturdy contrary to the opinion of one CG reader. It was being demoed on the MacBook Air and it was really, really tiny. We now

Hands on: LG enV2

The latest incarnation of the enV is quite nice. The enV2‘s exterior number pad is rather funky, but functional. The QWERTY keyboard is standard and basically a shrunk down version of the Voyage

Video: Samsung Instinct Web browser demo


Hands on: Special edition Iron Man LG Shine

We managed to get our hands on the special edition Iron Man version of the LG Shine and, boy oh boy, is it pretty. The back plate is 18k gooooooooold. I tried to walk away with it, but security tackle

Ride along with Intel inside a WiMAX-enabled vehicle

Hey you guys. I have a bold statement. One that may shock and amaze the entire technology subculture made of blog readers, blog writers, and kids that surf our site looking for references to Miley Cyr

Video: AT&T LG Vu running MediaFLO


Why is Iron Man at the LG booth?

Hmm…Maybe he’s guarding this!
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