Four patent applications that became public on Thursday indicate that AT&T is stepping up its focus on “bone conduction” inventions that could be integrated in applications ranging from home entertainment to fitness.
Chicago-based AT&T Principal Network Planning Engineer Christpher Baldwin is named as lead inventor on the four patent applications that were published on Thursday.
AT&T filed all four applications, which are linked below, in September 2014.
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