AT&T's LTE agenda

We always expected AT&T to beat the 4G LTE drum hard at CES, and with seven LTE devices, the carrier didn't disappoint. It took 2.5 hours of a mostly developer-centric session to get to the good stuff, but at the end of it AT&T unveiled five Android phones, an Android tablet, and a Windows Phone with a 16-megapixel camera.
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