AT&T's Christopher dishes on HTML5's real potential

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) has always been a big advocate for developers and it used its annual Developer Summit last week to bring together its top executives with its growing base of developers to talk strategy as well as debut new tools. Hot topics included WebRTC, AT&T's thinking on over-the-top applications and how much revenue developers get. At last week' summit, AT&T Mobility CMO David Christopher talked with FierceDeveloper Editor-in-Chief Sue Marek about why the company is so bullish on releasing its Call Management API to developers and revealed what he really thinks about HTML5's potential in the market. On the Hot Seat

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