AT&T is slated on Friday to bring its Digital Life home network service to six additional cities, a step that would bring the carrier's total to 39 of the 50 markets it hopes to reach this year. The new markets are Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse, N.Y.; Orlando, Fla.; Providence, R.I.; and Virginia Beach, Va. The service, open to customers of AT&T and competing broadband providers, features a home security system that can be accessed from wireless devices and PCs.

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