CTIA Wireless 2010: That's a wrap

The CTIA Wireless 2010 show has drawn to a close in Las Vegas. The Fierce editorial team was out in force, covering the keynotes, roaming the show floor and providing a wide range of coverage about the industry confab. Here's a breakdown of our coverage from the week:

Carrier articles
Sprint's next challenge is touting the 4G difference
Clearwire expands markets, boosts network
Verizon launching Skype Mobile app this week
AT&T's de la Vega sounds call to free up more spectrum
T-Mobile USA reveals more HSPA+ rollout details
Sprint's Hesse: Mobile WiMAX ushering in a revolution
Leap's latest feature: nationwide coverage
MetroPCS: LTE launching in Vegas with Samsung handset this year
AT&T showcases wide range of embedded devices
Deutsche Telekom CEO tackles 'dumb pipe' worries

Handset articles
The phones of CTIA Wireless 2010
Metrico kickstarts device intelligence program
Kyocera, Motorola unveil new Android phones
DeviceAnywhere: BlackBerry dominates device testing
Samsung outlines smartphone strategy with Galaxy S, 'Smart Life'
ZTE: U.S. smartphone launch remains on horizon
Sprint may join Leap in offering Kyocera's Android phone

Network articles
Verizon's Melone: We've got net neutrality covered
Clearwire's Morrow re-ignites 4G standards debate
Exalt launches new microwave backhaul system
CTIA: Wireless data revenue keeps spiking
Nokia Siemens launches smartphone testing labs
AT&T's Rinne campaigns for spectrally efficient mobile video
Abundant spectrum driving Clearwire's mobile broadband strategy
802.11n, WiFi Direct to broaden handset capabilities
Motorola pushes SON developments, touts LTE wins
Novatel positioning MiFi device as apps platform
AT&T unveils nationwide femtocell offering

Mobile content articles
Verizon Wireless to launch V Cast Apps by end of month
Finding location in mobile advertising
Google: One in three mobile searches has local intent
Motricity tackles mobile content consumer experience
Qualcomm to preload Opera browser on Brew MP devices
Yahoo introduces Sketch-a-Search for iPhone
AdMob updates SDKs for iPhone, Android
Mozilla halts Firefox for Windows Mobile efforts
Verizon teams with Univision for World Cup coverage
Digital newsstand Zinio expanding into Android devices
Thumbplay Music adds Amazon Mobile Payments
Fox Mobile premieres Bitbop on-demand mobile video service
MobiTV now showing on T-Mobile USA

Miscellaneous articles
Checking out the CTIA show floor

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