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April 6, 2006 at 10:40 AM

CTIA: Wireless party

Last night was the big night of the show for parties. There were more than 10 being thrown by the likes of InfoSpace, Nokia, LG, Motorola and Mforma.

No expenses were spared. The InfoSpace party, at Hard Rock Cafe, had two bands perform in front of a crowd holding drinks with blinking red ice cubes floating in their glasses. Sushi chefs served up salmon and spicy tuna. At the neighboring Nokia party, also at the Hard Rock, the Go-Go’s performed live in front of a packed crowd standing around a tropical themed pool party. Party favors included costume accessories, such as cowboy hats and blinking necklaces.

I didn’t make it, but I guess LG had appearances from The Counting Crows.

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