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AT&T launches $99 IoT Starter Kit; Tesla's Autopilot: The smart person's guide

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AT&T launches $99 IoT Starter Kit to push innovation to market faster

The low-cost starter kit will provide Internet of Things tools including connectivity, LTE hardware, application services, and cloud storage. Find out how to get a free kit.

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