AT&T's multibillion dollar battery replacement sounds a cautionary bell regarding the selection of suppliers for new technologies

AT&T’s beleaguered U-verse Internet protocol television service suffered another setback last week with the announcement that the company will replace 17,000 backup batteries, after four incidents of the street-side batteries exploding or catching fire over the past 14 months. These solid-state lith...

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