AT&T has created a home security system that can control everything from your front-door lock and alarms to your coffee machine called Digital Life (read CNET's report).

The company debuted the technology at an event in a private house in New Orleans' Garden District.

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The app can unlock your front door with a tap or on a timer.
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These Wi-Fi-enabled sensors form the backbone of the house's security network.
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The Digital Life system can also raise or lower your blinds. It can apparently work with anything in the house that has an on-and-off switch.
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Here, the Digital Life app is turning on the pool lights.
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The app, called AT&T Digital Life, will work on both tablets and smartphones for Android, iOS, and an HTML5-driven Web portal.
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AT&T says that the app is designed for accessibility, meaning that they want you to be able to use it from a variety of devices and in multiple situations and room.
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This sensor will allow you to plug into the Digital Life network.
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In the kitchen, you can turn off the coffee pot, lock your doors, close your blinds, and control the sink.
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While AT&T designed multiple scenarios and preloaded them to show how it works, you will have to customize your settings for each room that's connected to Digital Life.
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