CES Mobile Wrap: AT&T In Cars; BlackBerry Presenter; FLO On iPhone; MTV Ads

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CES announcements are already rolling out. Here’s just a few wireless-related ones from today:

AT&T’s next frontier: AT&T (NYSE: T) told Reuters (NYSE: TRI) ahead of CES that it wants to wireless-enable car entertainment systems and all sorts of consumer devices, and has forged deals to add wireless services to almost 20, such as e-readers, mini-computers and digital photo frames. One partnership announced today is with Pandigital for a Photo Mail LED Digital Photo Frame. [Reuters and Release.]

Presentation gadget for BlackBerry: RIM (NSDQ: RIMM) said today that a new accessory called the BlackBerry Presenter, which plugs into a projector or monitor, so a user can wirelessly display a PowerPoint presentation using Bluetooth from their phone. Release.

FLO TV on iPhone: Qualcomm (NSDQ: QCOM) announced today that it has teamed up with mophie to create products that will bring live mobile TV to the iPhone and iPod touch platforms. The TV antenna will act as a case for the phone and as a battery back-up, so that it will always be with a person. Release.

MTV Mobile Ads: MTV has partnered with Crisp Wireless, which will develop advertising campaigns for smartphones. Ad formats include: location aware, click-to-call, click-to-video, and socially connected ads. Crisp will also provide real-time analytics.

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