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Agam Shah covers PCs, tablets, servers, chips, and semiconductors for the IDG News Service, and is based in New York.

Nvidia claims 64-bit Denver chip will outperform Apple's A7

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Nvidia shares details about its Denver chip for the first time at Hot Chips

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Microsoft ships Galileo super-mini-Windows PC to Internet of Things developers

Microsoft wants Windows to be part of the Internet of Things, so it's seeding a Galileo board with custom Windows firmware to selected makers and developers

Energy harvested from body, environment could power wearables, IOT devices

Energy harvesting technologies will work for really low-power wearables, not power-hungry smartwatches.

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Mobile chips face lockdown to prevent hacks

Chip makers are adding more security layers to protect mobile device users from malicious attacks and code injection

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Fujitsu guns for faster supercomputers with new chip

The company is targeting 100-petaflop supercomputers with the SPARC64 XIfx chip

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AMD claims supercomputing GPU performance crown with FirePro S9150

AMD says the FirePro S9150 is faster than Nvidia's fastest Tesla processor

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HP to test wearables market by working with partners

HP will provide the engineering and technology for wearables designed by fashion houses and partners

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PwC: IoT will become multitrillion-dollar market by 2020

The number of businesses adopting 'Internet of things' technology continues to grow

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Processor delays hurt ARM server adoption, Dell exec says

The low-power advantage in ARM server chips is diminishing, says Dell's server chief.

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HP's SlateBook 14 Android laptop ships, but with a higher price than expected

HP's SlateBook is priced at $429, $30 more than the original announced price.

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Train robots hands-on to dump trash with this new OS

Brain Corporation's BrainOS is designed to do away with complex programming to train robots to do specific tasks.

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Windows Server 2003 support expiration could push sales next year

The tale is akin to what happened when Microsoft ended Windows XP support, which lead to PC upgrades

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University researchers develop special smartphone display for the far-sighted

Want to read your smartphone, but forgot your glasses? MIT researchers may have you covered.

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AMD's Kaveri processors coming to smaller, cheaper desktops

AMD's new chips will bring console-style gaming to small desktops

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Intel's Raspberry Pi-like MinnowBoard Max behind schedule, selling at a premium

The open-source PC board lists at $129 but will cost more from the first retailers selling it