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CTIA Wireless 2008
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4/4/2008  |  Post a comment
At CTIA Wireless 2008, the femtocell was the new 'it' device, the 700 Mhz auctions became the elephant in the room, Fritz Nelson rode a bull, 4G networks were debated and discussed, Sprint's plans came under scrutiny, and Nokia's coffee shop in the sky was hard to top
Acronym Games
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2/13/2008  |  Post a comment
While cleaning out our video cupboard we found this bit of tape from TelcoTV 2007, a quiz game we played with some good-natured exhibitors on the show floor. Nothing particularly revealing here, unless you find it surprising that industry folk know their sandwiches from their video products
LRTV's Outtake Reel
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2/6/2008  |  Post a comment
Light Reading: When you've gotta have more cowbell. Heck of a slogan, no? Have a look this short LRTV our outtake reel, as introduced by Larry the Monkey and a special guest voiceover guy, and you'll understand why it concludes with the line: 'I've seen mimes with a better command of the language.'


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