AT&T's Lurie discusses connected devices, Mobile Share

Glenn Lurie - AT&TGlenn Lurie, president of AT&T's emerging devices business, has been the most outspoken advocate of AT&T's growing connected devices business. Since starting the business in Nov. 2008, Lurie and his team have grown the division into a $1 billion business that he thinks is just the tipping point of what's possible. Lurie recently spoke with FierceWireless Editor-in-Chief Sue Marek about the company's recent deal to provide connectivity for Amazon's new Kindle Fire HD LTE tablet and the growth of AT&T's Mobile Share plans. On the Hot Seat

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