CTIA, the wireless telecom industry's biggest U.S. show of the year, landed in San Francisco's Moscone Center this week, and PCWorld was all over it. Join editors Robert Strohmeyer, Melissa Perenson, Jason Cross, and Mark Sullivan as they hash out the hottest trends from the event.
Leading the charge in wireless news this week was word from Verizon that it's rolling out its 4G network ahead of schedule, bringing LTE to 39 U.S. cities by the end of 2010. Mark Sullivan explains.
And, of course, the Android horde continues to grow as all major carriers and most major phone makers announced new handsets. Android isn't just for high-end smartphones anymore. Carriers want to bring entry-level users into the world of wireless data services, and Android appears to be the vehicle of choice.
Listen in for analysis of these trends and more.
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