Qualcomm has released its new vision of the wearables space with the Qualcomm Wearables Ecosystem Accelerator Program designed to entice tech firms to invest in smartwatches.
The initiative was announced today via press release, with Qualcomm claiming it is a direct response to “huge” 21% year-over-year growth in the market.
The new program, which will allow various companies and investors to work together to more easily develop products in the smartwatch industry.
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