CTIA Update: Day Three at CTIA

LAS VEGAS -- International CTIA WIRELESS 2010 -- It's Day Three at CTIA. If you've made it this far and you're brain isn't completely fried from all of the week's revelations and revelries, here's what's been going on in wireless in the last 24 hours: Here is just one more thing you should see at today's show before you leave town:

  • Femto Super Session. If you want to know more about AT&T's femtocell plans, then stop by this conference session that starts at 11:00 in the convention center, where Gordon Mansfield, AT&T's executive director for radio access network delivery, will be speaking.
With a lighter day of activities, we hope you'll find the time to catch up on all the other news that has broken in the mobile space during the past 24 hours:

— Michelle Donegan, European Editor, Light Reading Mobile

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