AT&T recently attracted nearly 1,400 developers to its 9 th annual Developer Summit held on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and its hackathon held for the first time in Guadalajara, Mexico. The goal behind the two events working in conjunction was to drive innovation globally and help spur the proliferation of 4G LTE in Mexico-- a market of growing significance to AT&T thanks the company's recent $2.5 billion acquisition of Iusacell and $1.88 billion purchase of Nextel Mexico.
Whether it's integrating wireless with the home, the car or a business, AT&T Mobility says its focus is on creating value for users and less about battling competitors like T-Mobile US and Sprint on just price. Phil Goldstein, editor of FierceWireless, talked to AT&T Mobility CMO David Christopher during the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) about rising competition in the wireless market, as well as opportunities in the connected car and the home automation markets.
David Christopher, the chief marketing officer of AT&T Mobility, recently talked with FierceDeveloper Editor in Chief Sue Marek about AT&T's sponsored data plan, its decision to name names in its latest marketing push and the future of wireless in wearables.
AT&T Mobility CMO David Christopher talked with FierceDeveloper Editor-in-Chief Sue Marek about why the company is so bullish on releasing its Call Management API to developers and revealed what he really thinks about HTML5's potential in the market.
Over-the-top voice services beware. AT&T Mobility is currently in alpha testing of a new Call Management API service that will let customers take their existing AT&T mobile phone number with them regardless of what device they are using.
LAS VEGAS--AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) launched a new API platform today with tools intended to help developers create HTML5 mobile apps that will run more efficiently and save battery life. In