The largest maker of processors that power smartphones signed an agreement with Tencent to work on mobile gaming devices that will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips. The cooperation will include the development of augmented reality and virtual reality technology, the San Diego-based company said Monday in a statement.
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