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AT&T's Home Security Platform Running Late
Though 'Digital Life' Will Be Available in 15 Markets At Launch
by Karl Bode 08:19AM Monday Apr 08 2013
AT&T is just one of several broadband ISPs who are making a major push into home security and home automation, and the company says their new Digital Home platform will be expanding into several unspecified new markets shortly. Digital Home was unveiled back at this year's CES, with a press release stating the service would be launching in March. With March approaching its end, the company has now issued another press release only saying the service will launch "this Spring," but doubling the initial launch markets from eight to fifteen. AT&T says they have the goal of offering the service to 50 markets by year's end and has a website where you can sign up for launch notifications here, though the company still hasn't announced pricing for the service.

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battleop

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Roll your own....

I've got my own setup done without having to rely on anyone but my self.

www.insteon.net + www.nest.com + www.ubnt.com/airvision
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I do not, have not, and will not work for AT&T/Comcast/Verizon/Charter or similar sized company.

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No thanks. Why would I want this when they (AT&T) keep sending records of users to the NSA. Somehow I would think this'll make it easier for the NSA to spy on us (tinfoil hat or not).
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will this count as part of the cap?

will this count as part of the cap?