Nvidia introduced a pair of Tegra processors Tuesday that are designed to improve the performance of applications and graphics on mobile devices when they ship later this year. At a company developer's conference, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang offered few details on the specifications for the new chips, code-named Logan and Parker, which will represent the next two generations of Tegra. He did say the Logan chip will be the size of a dime and feature graphics cores based on the Kepler architecture, the same designs used on the world's fastest supercomputers.

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