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CTIA 2012: A later date spells change

Will we see Samsung's Galaxy S III at CTIA? I hope so! (Credit: Aloysius Low/CNET) CNET is headed to New Orleans next week, home to CTIA 2012, the annual springtime congregation of cell-phone makers, wireless carriers, and all manner of players in the cell phone industry. This year, two factors signal change. First, the show is later in the calendar than ever before, presumably moved back to give phone manufacturers and others time to prep products and news after CES in January and Mobile World Congress the month after that.
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