Wrap-up: CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2009

SAN DIEGO--Today is the final day of the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show here, and things are quieting down. Attendees are squeezing in their final meetings, and exhibitors this afternoon will begin packing up their booths. Thus, it's worth a quick summary of the news out of this year's fall show. Look below for all the major headlines from the show, our commentary and photo galleries of the keynotes, phones, show floor and more. Also, don't forget to vote for what you think was the biggest news out of the event. Finally, make sure to check out full Fierce coverage of the show at CTIALive. And stay tuned: On Tuesday we'll post our full report of the show, including our picks of CTIA winners and losers. As always, let us know what you think.

Headlines:
Leap expanding distribution, not ready to commit to Android
AT&T's CTO defends carrier's network, strategy
Harris Poll: Consumers feel good about mobile healthcare
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment previews mobile game slate
Kyocera plans Android, CDMA/LTE devices
Yahoo extends mobile homepage reach
FLO TV debuts dedicated handheld device
De la Vega on the defensive: U.S. wireless industry is competitive
CTIA keynote: Genachowski promises to address spectrum shortage, tower siting
U.S. mobile data revenues close to $20B in first half of '09
PCD eyes Android, WinMo for new line of mobile computers
Sprint to launch Samsung's latest Android phone
Back catalog front and center for subscription music services
Fall Out Boy's Wentz talks music and marketing at Mobile Entertainment Live!
Music execs tuning in to mobile apps
Sprint forms M2M-focused business unit
RIM turning to the Web to solve fragmentation
Motorola's Jha trumpets Android, but remains coy about new device
Verizon opens door to Android, Google Voice

Commentary:
Can Best Buy reinvent the mobile buying experience?
Do consumers understand Android?

Slideshows:
In pictures: The phones of CTIA
In pictures: On the ground Thursday at the CTIA IT show
In pictures: On the ground Wednesday at the CTIA IT show
In pictures: On the ground Tuesday at the CTIA IT show
From CTIA: Day one keynotes in pictures
Nokia's test facility checks prototype phones for weaknesses

Poll:

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