CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, which ended April 3, was somewhat mellower than usual thanks to the recession; an estimated 20,000 people attended. Normally 30,000 to 40,000 wireless-gadget lovers show up.
Mobile handsets are always attention-grabbers, and both manufacturers and carriers used the opportunity of the CTIA Wireless conference in Las Vegas to show off new releases from Nokia, Samsung, L...read more
Intel and General Electric plan on investing $250 million over the next five years in a joint partnership to develop health care IT technologies, including the Intel Health Guide, a box that allows users to che...read more
Samsung announced a slew of new handsets at the 2009 CTIA conference in Las Vegas, including the touch screen Finesse and Instinct s30, which offers visual voicemail. Like many other handset makers, Samsung is focusing on to...read more
HTC released its latest smartphonethe SnapApril 1 at CTIA's wireless 2009 show in Las Vegas, joining an increasingly crowded field that includes the Apple iPhone, RIM's BlackBerry series, T-Mobile's G1 with Google's An...read more
Skype continues to extend its smartphone mobile platform reach with the latest iteration for the Apple iPhone. Skype for iPhone users can conduct chats, control presence and edit profile information, as well as place Skype-to-Skyp...read more
Top-tier server OEMs Dell, Hewlett-Packard and IBM announce refreshes of their x86 server offerings based on Intel's Xeon 5500 series processors for two-socket systems. Code-named Nehalem EP and announced March 30, the new...read more