I’m also working on the Identity aspects of this platform which gives app developers access to AT&T APIs that provide apps with data like the user’s location, or letting users charge stuff to their mobile phone bill.
I am working on the Identity aspects of this cool new product, AT&T Messages, which unifies SMS, MMS and voicemail and makes them accessible from your phone, computer or tablet.
Something American mobile carriers are working on and reality in the UK: based on your location at any given time with your cellphone, your mobile carrier sends you discounts.(Great music in the ad by L.A. band Foster the People)
AT&T is making it drop-dead easy for developers to use the company’s internal infrastructure to build mobile apps—including some that could be used by customers of other carriers or networks. Here’s why.
Finnish company allows users to “show their ID” and prove who they are on an auction or dating site, or on Facebook