AT&T taking high-tech home automation to Charlotte's hinterlands

Digital Life connects with a customer's existing Internet and wireless phone service to provide mobile home automation and security control, including the remote operation of alarm systems, door locks, HVAC systems, surveillance cameras and even home lighting and electronics. The service works on Apple, Android, Windows and Kindle devices.

"Digital Life is committed to offering our customers an easy and convenient way to monitor their homes, protect their families and simplify their lives from virtually anywhere," Todd Lanham, AT&T's regional director of External Affairs, says in a press release. "With the expansion in these markets, we're looking forward to making Digital Life available to more customers throughout the country."

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