Here are just some of the photos that I collected from the biggest mobile stories at CES in 2010 this past week.
The festivities kicked off a little early with Google (NSDQ: GOOG) hosting a press conference at its Mountain View, Calif. offices. There, it unveiled the Nexus One Android phone, built by HTC. The week continued with AT&T (NYSE: T) announcing that it will release five Android devices and two Palms and a phone from Dell in the first half of this year. Motorola (NYSE: MOT) followed up by announcing the BackFlip, an Android device destined for AT&T, which has a touch pad on the back of the screen that can be navigated with the finger. Click on the photo twice to see the entire slideshow. Plus, check out our full CES coverage.