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AT&T ‘Speed Dating’ With App Firms to Gain Edge

AT&T Inc. is ramping up mobile-software development at new offices set to open in the U.S. and Israel to capitalize on the growing market for programs for Apple Inc.’s iPhone and Google Inc.’s Android.

The carrier will announce next week its plan to open facilities in Palo Alto, California, Tel Aviv and Plano, Texas, where it’ll advise software firms on mobile-application development in a project costing “tens of millions of dollars,” Chief Technology Officer John Donovan said in an interview.