AT&T is preparing for the end of its iPhone exclusivity with plans to exploit devices such as e-readers, cameras -- even a collar that tracks dogs -- as its next great profit maker, executives told Bloomberg. "It's not just looking for the next great smartphone," said AT&T's wireless chief Ralph de la Vega. "There's a plethora of those things that are just beginning to get to market that I think will dramatically change the industry."

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