AT&T’s Hackathons Help Foster Digital Innovation

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The word hacker may have a negative connotation, but AT&T wants to show the world how it can lead to positive innovation.

"That's the old connotation," said Carlton Hill, vp of device operations and developer services for AT&T. "To hack on something doesn't mean that. It's to break it open, its to play with it and get a ton out of it."

For the last three years, the telecommunications company has calling on developers, marketers, designers and innovators to work together to create tech solutions for common problems. The

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