BARCELONA, Spain -- AT&T's crew for its Drive Studio connected car facility is getting a little bigger.
The telecom company said Monday that it had signed up three new partners to help automakers ease their way into the world of wireless services.
First up is Qualcomm, which will debut its recently unveiled Snapdragon Automotive Solutions, which powers infotainment and telematics found at the Drive Studio. Qualcomm is making a big push into cars itself, following in the footsteps of Nvidia, which has long provided its Tegra processors to the automotive industry.
AT&T will also work … Read more