We're at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference in San Jose this week, and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed new details regarding the future of the Tegra platform: the Logan and Parker chips.

Logan (which may be Tegra 5) is scheduled to ship in early 2014, and will be NVIDA's first mobile chipset to use a CUDA (NVIDIA's GPU computing platform) compatible GPU. While for normal folk like you and I that doesn't mean much, CUDA is an increasingly popular tool among scientists and big data companies for parallel processing applications. It's hard to say what kind of new applications that could mean for phones and tablets, but it could make the Tegra platform more attractive to certain audiences.

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