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Written on October 07, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Here are the events that happened earlier at the CTIA: ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010. Know the happenings right here, right now!

See the actions on the first day of CTIA ENTERPRISE & APPLICATIONS 2010. Here are latest tidbits from the world’s top billed mobile operators.

Here are some of the highlights you might want to not miss:

Qualcomm quits the FLO. Qualcomm Inc. has confirmed the long gone rumor of shutting down its direct-to-consumer FLO TV service. There are plenty of lessons learned from this experiment in mobile video. As early as July, Qualcomm was gathering up the possibility and accountability that it would sell its FLO TV business unit.

The 4G elephant is in the house. We can’t help but melt for Long Term Evolution (LTE) deployment details from Verizon Communications Inc., Sprint Nextel Corp., AT&T Inc., and all the other operators are present.

Giving LTE the oppurtunity to speak. Columnist Robert Poe wrote about the delivery of voice services over LTE networks will not be omnipresent for some time in his piece: Voice Over LTE: Hurry Up or Wait?

Surprises from Verizon
. Verizon’s president and COO Lowell McAdam speaks before the crowd and shares the latest news about the telecom company.

Click this link to see the video.

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CTIA 2010: Sprint CEO Surprises People with ‘Sprint ID’

Written on October 07, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Cellphone users often times overlook the other phone features because they concentrate on the apps they use frequently. Sprint saw the trend and created their very own solution called Sprint ID.

Did you know that 75% of the mobile user population is not using the maximum potential of their mobile phone? And this trend is causing problems to telecom carriers.

Luckily, Sprint is there to give solution. The carrier unveiled its latest innovation called “Sprint ID” which customized apps, widgets, wallpapers and ringtones based on the interests and needs of the consumer. This was done during the CTIA 2010 event in San Francisco This technology minimizes the long hours of search processes for users looking for useful mobile contents.

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