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CTIA Day 1 keynote Liveblog!

We're up, ready and raring to go at CTIA Enterprise & Applications here in San Diego. First up is the Day 1 keynote, with the CEOs of Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. Just as when they got together for us in March, this should prove to be a barn burner. Join us after the break for the liveblog....
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Live from CTIA Enterprise & Applications in San Diego!

We're here in sunny San Diego, Calif., for the fall CTIA show, better known as Enterprise and Applications. By now you've no doubt heard that the main event -- Samsung and Google's unveiling of the next Nexus phone and Ice Cream Sandwich -- has been put on hold for a bit. No matter. We're goint to...
HTC Amaze 4G

HTC Amaze 4G hands-on

Here we have it, folks, the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile. Maybe it's amazing because of the gorgeous qHD Super LCD display. Maybe it's amazing because it just feels good in your hand. Maybe it's amazing because of T-Mobile's 42 Mbps network. Maybe it's amazing for the 1.5GHz dual-core processor...
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Android Developers YouTube channel confirms what you already knew: Ice Cream Sandwich at CTIA

Given how ridiculously goofy the Internet's gotten today, we suppose one more story won't hurt. The Androiddevelopers YouTube channel has a placeholder live event up, cryptically named "Android ICS Launch." It's timed to go live on Tuesday. That's also when the Google-Samsung event is scheduled...

Nexus S 4G, EVO 3D, and EVO View tablet all coming from Sprint at CTIA?

While all of us here thought it was just a little odd Sprint blocked off such a mass amount of time to kick off CTIA, the latest rumors suggest they'll have quite a bit to say about at their two-and-a-half hour event and we certainly hope that is true. So what exactly may they have in store for us...

New HTC Android device renders leaked

If you're still rather ticked off at Motorola today and swearing to never purchase their devices again maybe some of these HTC devices might make you feel a little better about the whole situation. A whole lineup of HTC device renders has now appeared on the scene but the only thing concrete about...

Desire HD Hands On

  The Desire HD. File this one under "things we'd love to see in the United States," which is another way of saying "We'd like to see AT&T offer some seriously high-end Android smartphones not called Samsung Captivate." You probably heard of the Desire HD as the "EVO 4G for Europe" and while...

Motorola Bravo Hands On [Video]

  Of the set of new phones Motorola announced for AT&T, the Motorola Bravo is probably the best. The Bravo's specs are basically the new de-facto standard for mid-range Android phones: Android 2.1 device running the MotoBlur interface tied to an 800MHz processor with 512MB of RAM with a 3.7"...

Sanyo Zio Hands On, Updated with Video

  You can call the Sanyo Zio low-end, you can call it a remarkably good phone for $99, you can call it retro what with the trackball ...just don't call it Zay-Oh or Zee-Oh. It's pronounced Zai-Oh, most Sprint reps pronounce it Zee-Oh, but we've also heard Zai-Oh on occasion. Obviously we'll be all...

Samsung Transform Hands On & Sprint iD Walkthrough [Video]

  The top of Sprint's three CTIA Sprint ID phones is most definitely the Samsung Transform. For us it's sort of the spiritual successor to the Samsung Moment, but don't let that association mar your feelings for the Transform. What you've got here is a large 3.5" HVGA display attached to a...

LG Optimus T on T-Mobile Hands On

  The LG Optimus T is coming to T-Mobile for the holidays to provide featurephone users reason to upgrade. We have something very similar to Sprint's LG Optimus S here, though with T-Mobile you get a slightly different button layout and LG's take on the Android homescreen instead of Sprint's iD....

Motorola Flipout and Flipside Hands On [Video]

You can think of the Motorola Flipout and Motorola Flipside as companion devices for AT&T - both are aimed squarely at upgrading featurephone users into Android-land by wooing them with QWERTY keyboards and MotoBlur. Of the two, the horizontal-sliding Flipside specs are obviously the more...

Motorola Defy Hands On [Video]

  The Motorola Defy is a semi-ruggedized Android smartphone that is the latest in a long line of Oprah-giveaways. What you've got is a 3.1" touchscreen behind scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass attached to a form factor that's water and dust-resistant - down to the oversized rubber covers for the USB...

Hands-on with the Motorola Droid Pro [video]; Update: More video, more features

  We high-tailed it over to the Motorola Booth and grabbed ahold of the first untethered Motorola Droid Pro we could find. First things first: the keyboard is above average. There's not a ton of movement on the keys, but they're well-ridged in a style that's more than reminiscent of the BlackBerry...

Motorola Citrus Hands-On [Video]

  Take a gander at the Motorola Citrus, Verizon and Moto's plan for the aspirational, new-to-smartphones user. It has a small, almost cute form-factor that more than a few people have likened to the Palm Pre without the slide-out keyboard. We think we could do without the big old 'Backtrack'...

LG Optimus S Hands On

  The LG Optimus S is the cheapest of the new Sprint ID phones, clocking in at a price usually reserved for blowout: $49.99 after rebate. For that price you're looking at Android 2.2, 3G mobile hotspot, a 3.2 megapixel camera, and a "I-can't-believe-it's-only-fifty-bucks" level of responsiveness on...

CTIA wrap-up: No stopping Android

How dominant was Android last week at CTIA? As you can see in the picture above, it drove our pal CrackBerry Kevin to violence. Indeed, our favorite operating system was front and center in Las Vegas last week, with a few major device announcements, and more great software on tap. After the break...

Android Central Is At CTIA 2009! Viva Las Vegas!

 Yup. Just like Mobile World Congress 2009, Android Central will be reporting live and on location from CTIA Wireless 2009. The show is typically one of the biggest mobile/smartphone/wireless events of the year so hopefully we can get some Android related announcements and heaven forbid, actual...

Will the T-Mobile G2 Show Up at CTIA 2009 ?

 BGR is trying to put two and two together and predicting (with no sources, leaks, or tips) that the T-Mobile G2 is going to show up at CTIA. For those keeping score: the T-Mobile G2 is the HTC Magic and CTIA is a pretty huge mobile industry convention. What makes this interesting is that CTIA is...

Motorola to Make Android Only Devices ? Bye, Bye Windows Mobile!

We've covered the whole Motorola saga here on Android Central ad nauseam. We know Motorola is going through a rough patch because they've had layoffs, they're losing appeal, marketshare, and so on. So we put two and two together and assumed that they would rush to make an early Android device to...

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