CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004

Hitting the market a week before CTIA, Audiovoxs 5600 smart phone is the first to include Windows Media Player 10. It has digital camera and video camcorder built-in. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Audiovox 6600

The Audiovox 6600 model, launched during CTIA, has a 3.5 64K color screen, supports Bluetooth, has an integrated keypad and built-in camera. The model 6601 also offers identical features but without camera.

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Audiovox 6600

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Audiovox TM150

Audiovox also debuted its TM150 GSM phone, offered through T-Mobile, with 1-Megapixel camera. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Audiovox TM150

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Kyocera Koi

Kyoceras Koi model, to be released during the 2004 holiday season, has a 1.2 Megapixel camera and a swivel-top design. (SOURCE: Kyocera)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Kyocera Koi

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Kyocera Soho

Kyoceras Soho sports a look styled by BMW. The faceplate is interchangeable, which the company boasts is a unique feature for flip-phone designs. (SOURCE: Kyocera)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Kyocera Soho

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 7270

Nokias model 7270 has a flip-top design. The release date is yet to be determined, subject to carrier availability. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 7270

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 7280

The Nokia 7280 breaks new ground by eliminating the keypad -- users navigate the interface with an iPod-like roller (see inset). It is capable of XHMTL browsing and operates on GSM/Edge 900/1800/1900 bands. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 7280

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 9300 Communicator

Aiming at the enterprise, Nokia will offer two new Symbian-powered Communicator models in early 2005; the 9300 model and the 9500 with camera and wi-fi capability. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Nokia 9300 Communicator

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Qualcomm QSec-2700

Not available to enterprise nor the general public, Qualcomm showed its military-grade QSec-2700 secure CDMA handset. It carries encrypted voice and data over 800MHz and 1900MHz networks for authorized government users. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Qualcomm QSec-2700

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Gabrielor keypad design

A concept keypad by Gabrielor designed to ease typing messages on wireless devices. The company is licensing its patent which it says will streamline one-handed data entry in a wide variety of applications. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Gabrielor keypad design

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Exhibit hall opens

Attendees file into the main exhibits area for the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show, Monday, Oct. 25, 2004. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Exhibit hall opens

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Wireless enterprise keynote speakers

A few of the wireless enterprise keynote speakers included Roberta Wiggins, research fellow at The Yankee Group (top left); John Dolan, VP of Mobile Strategy at Oracle (top right); and Andrew Seybold, president of Outlook4Mobility. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.c

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Wireless enterprise keynote speakers

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - PalmOne Treo 650 hands-on

Showgoers get a first look at PalmOnes Treo 650 smart phone. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - PalmOne Treo 650 hands-on

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Intel\s pavilion

Intels pavilion showcases technologies from wireless development partners. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Intel\s pavilion

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Sybase demos

The Sybase booth offers Mobile Enterprise Solutions, including its debut of Answers Anywhere natural language processing middleware. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - Sybase demos

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - MultiTech Systems wireless modems

MultiTech Systems wireless modems for the enterprise provide versatile connectivity over cellular networks.

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - MultiTech Systems wireless modems

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - AppForge demos

Omni Technology Solutions offers AppForge-powered tools to simplify application development for Palm, PocketPC and Symbian platforms. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - AppForge demos

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - 2005 Audi A6 sedan powered by BlueTooth

Audi and PalmOne show off the 2005 A6 sedan, which uses BlueTooth to make and receive hands-free cellular phone calls through the vehicles sound system. (Chip Buchanan/eWEEK.com)

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show: Fall 2004 - 2005 Audi A6 sedan powered by BlueTooth

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