March Mobile Madness: The Best Videos From CTIA

The CTIA Wireless conference always showcases the latest and most innovative products in mobile and wireless, and this year's show is no exception. Check out these videos from the show floor that will make your jaw drop.

Radar detection? There's an app for that

Cobra Electronics demonstrates its iRadar, a radar detector for your iPhone (and now Android) that also offers laser alerts, red-light camera alerts and speed trap alerts. The company also shows its Bluetooth-enabled keychain that can help find a lost phone.

Feel the vibration

Tunebug shows off its new vibration-enhanced speaker systems, including one that can create a speakerphone on any surface.

Invisible keyboard

Snapkeys shows off its "invisible typing" technology, which uses an innovative system for typing on tablets that leaves QWERTY in the dust.

Fitness app

Endomondo's fitness app for smartphones combines the ability to track a runner's speed, location, and heart rate with other features like listening to music and challenging friends to race. Internet connectivity lets others cheer you on.

Galaxy Tab up close

Get a closer look at Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet, which boasts a 590g weight and a 10.1-inch display.

Two screens are better than one

Kyocera shows its new Echo smartphone, a dual-display Android phone that will be available for Sprint customers on April 17. The two screens allow for easier multitasking and optimized apps.

The most useful case ever

The BeAHeadCase protects your iPhone, sure - but more importantly, it has an integrated bottle opener and an app that helps track your drinking.


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