AT&T sees home monitoring as a billion-dollar business

AT&T will invest heavily in a home-monitoring service that will let smartphone, tablet and PC users track and control appliances, doors and other devices via a system of wireless sensors and cameras hooked up to an AT&T nerve center, the carrier says. Called "Digital Life," the system is an extension of AT&T's move into connected devices and a potential new source of revenue for the telecom. "When you're a company like AT&T ... you look at opportunities that are billion-dollar opportunities," said Glenn Lurie, the executive who is leading the project.

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