The mCommerce Pavilion was home to all companies promoting mobile payments.
Ruckus Wireless was at the show to explain how it can help retailers offer mobile payments via its Wi-Fi service.
Mbux can link a prepaid debit card with a mobile account.
James Wester, editor of MobilePaymentsToday.com, chats with Sarah Amitay of Mobext Mobile Marketing about the future of mobile payments. Wester spent some time at the booth for a "meet the editor session."
NetWorld Alliance's Jason Ashcraft talks with Mamoon Rashid of Callture Inc. at the MobilePaymentsToday.com booth.
Sprint's booth at CTIA featured information about its M2M Partners.
The Federal Communications Commission not only hosted a booth at the show, but Chairman Julius Genachowski spoke about the importance of expanding broadband during the keynote speech. Sprint's CEO Dan Hesse also addressed the crowd.
Qualcomm's booth was easily the most populated, in part, due to this barista whipping up free coffee treats.
The Qualcomm booth featured giant digital signage and a variety of new technologies.
Cellebrite, a mobile content transfer and backup solutions provider, drew in visitors with its large, colorful booth.
Skullcandy's booth featured DJs who rocked the show all day long.
Verifone was at the show to discuss the company's two new mobile payment solutions.
Mobileistic appealed to show attendees by featuring a "Deal or No Deal" game.
HTC took up a lot of space with its impressive-sized booth.
CTIA was packed with companies selling phone accessories.
Go swimming with your phone with this case desiged by Dry Case.
Another retailer tries to attract visitors with its colorfully designed exhibit space.
There was almost always a line to drive this car at the Powerwave Technologies booth. The company was there to launch its newest products, RapidFlex Mobile Deployment Unit (RMDU) and Nexus Repeaters that benefit government public safety applications.
A jazz band entertains CTIA guests but also symbolizes that next year's show will be held in New Orleans.