Watch CTIA Keynotes LIVE!


I’ll probably regret announcing this, but with a ton of Android related news sure to be announced at CTIA 2010 I’m sure many of you would love to watch the various keynote speeches lined up. Well… you can.


Unfortunately I foresee that TOO many people will be trying to watch it and it’ll be slow, choppy or unloadable. Or maybe I’m giving Phandroid too much credit. But either way, here are some of the keynotes for which you might want to prepare (summary – AT&T today, Sprint/Clearwire/T-Mobile tomorrow) :

Tuesday, March 23rd @ 9AM PST

  • Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, AT&T Inc.
  • J.K. Shin, president of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • Randall Stephenson, chairman, CEO and president, AT&T Inc.
  • Iñaki Urdangarín, chairman, Telefónica Internacional, USA Inc.

Wednesday, March 24th @ 9AM PST

  • Dan Hesse, CEO, Sprint Nextel Corp.
  • William Morrow, CEO, Clearwire
  • René Obermann, CEO, Deutsche Telekom
  • John Stanton, chairman, Trilogy International Partners
  • Padmasree Warrior, CTO, Cisco

Thursday, March 25th @ 9AM PST

  • Aneesh Chopra, U.S. CTO
  • James Cameron, Academy Award-Winning director
  • Biz Stone, co-founder, Twitter

Hope this helps – enjoy!

Update: If you get a “Connection Failed” error, I’m assuming its because the keynote is several hours away and you/I/we should try to refresh closer to the actual start of the Keynote.

Rob Jackson
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  1. On which day (if any) can we expect to hear info regarding the HTC Incredible? I’m eligible for an upgrade as of today, and I’m holding out for this phone.

  2. is this page going to auto refresh?

  3. watching it presently via clear 4g, and it’s definitely watchable. It suffers from a tad bit of the chop though.

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