Agam ShahU.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service Follow me on Google+

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

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Nvidia adds Pascal but delays Volta GPU, Parker mobile chip

Nvidia's Tegra road map adds a new Pascal graphics GPU and Erista mobile processor, while Volta and Parker are moved.

Nvidia pushes brain-like computing with new graphics products

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Nvidia unveils the Titan Z graphics card, which is the company's fastest GPU to date

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Servergy becomes first company outside of IBM to build Power server

IBM's Power architecture expands its wings to Servergy's Cleantech Server CTS-1000 blade server

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Dell continues software expansion with StatSoft acquisition

Dell acquires predictive analytics company for undisclosed amount

Intel's first Broadwell chips set the stage for faster PCs

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The chips will make their way into desktops during the second half of 2014

AMD moves desktop PC operations to China

AMD will be closer to key customers like Lenovo and get products to market quicker, analysts say.

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Mobile games could look better with ray-tracing tech from Imagination

Imagination Technologies introduces a ray tracing processor in its latest mobile GPU.

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Lenovo rallies troops after rivals swoop on IBM server deal

The move follows Meg Whitman portraying HP as a 'paragon of stability'

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Dell replacing displays on XPS 12 hybrids with 'burn-in' issues

The computer maker will replace screens whether the system is in or out of warranty

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HP taps Wi-Fi Direct, NFC to beef up security in business-focused printers

HP is adding NFC and Wi-Fi Direct printing features to new office printers

Dual-boot Android and Windows tablets, PCs face skepticism

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Analysts say dual-boot systems with Android and Windows will appeal to a few users such as coders and tests

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Memory rivals brace for legal battle after alleged trade secrets theft

The Toshiba-SanDisk joint venture has filed lawsuits against SK Hynix for misappropriating trade secrets

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Flashy, storage-happy supercomputers due in 2015

Supercomputers funded by National Science Foundation and due for deployment in 2015 will have petabytes of storage.

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D-Wave prepping quantum computers to outperform conventional servers

D-Wave preparing a faster quantum computer with a 1,024-qubit processor for release this year.

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Apple dominates 64-bit mobile chips as Android rivals lag

But ABI Research is predicting 64-bit chips will be on more Android mobile devices by 2018