Nvidia has introduced the Kayla platform, which aims to enable software developers to start writing applications for its Tegra 5 mobile processor, code-named "Logan" and set to come out next year. "Kayla offers a sneak-peek at the capabilities that will be unleashed by Logan, Nvidia's next-generation Tegra mobile processor. What's amazing is that Logan will be the size of a dime, whereas Kayla is now the size of a tablet PC," said Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.

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