In photos: Tour the CTIA MobileCon show floor

SAN DIEGO--The CTIA MobileCon show wrapped up yesterday. CTIA confirmed 5,000 people attended the event, which is roughly a third of the number who attended last year's fall CTIA show. CTIA said the show drew professionals from 43 different nations and 48 states representing more than 1,800 companies, organizations and institutions. The group said 61 percent of MobileCon attendees were comprised of enterprise and IT solutions providers, users, application companies, carriers and M2M providers. CTIA said 59 percent of registrants were C-level or senior executives.

As usual, the CTIA show floor was specifically geared to entice and entertain show-goers, and those exhibiting in some cases spent plenty of money in that pursuit. Thus, here's a look at some of the sights--big and small--from the show floor of this year's fall CTIA show. Slideshow

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