AT&T awarded for innovation at Mobile World Congress
DALLAS—AT&T’s Digital Life scored an award at the Mobile World Congress, held in late February in Barcelona, Spain, the telecommunications company said in a Feb. 26 news release. The company received the recognition during the 19th annual Global Mobile Awards ceremony, in which AT&T was recognized its dedication to the “connected life,” the release said.
Digital Life won the top award for Best Consumer Mobile Service, according to AT&T. It describes Digital Life, which as of February had been launched in 63 markets around the nation, as “an all-digital home security and automation service that offers on-the-go access to your home from virtually anywhere using your smartphone or tablet, as well as your computer.”
AT&T, in a joint entry with FILIP Technologies, also won the award for Best Mobile Enabled Consumer Electronics Device for FiLIP, connected by AT&T. “FiLIP is the world’s first smart locator with voice for kids, keeping parents and kids in touch at the push of a button,” the news release said.
The Global Mobile Awards honor the most innovative products and services in eight main categories spanning the areas of mobile apps, consumer devices, connected life and infrastructure, the release said. It said there were more than 680 submissions from around the world this year.