/// AT&T Opening Really Big Store on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue
AT&T on Thursday is opening its largest-yet retail store, a 10,000-square-foot flagship outlet on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue. The store will have some things not normailly found in its shelves, including a demo of a “connected car”–the 2012 Nissan Leaf along with a mock home equipped with the home security and automation service the company announced earlier this year. AT&T will also employe biometrics, having its employees use their fingerprints to log into PCs and open cash drawers. Sales will be completed via tablets. On the customer side, an apps bar will allow people to discover programs based on their interests along with the usual assortments of devices. Now, if only it had the iPhone 5…
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