Agam Shah

U.S. Correspondent

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


Tablet craze calms down as iPad shipments decline

Tablet shipments will increase by just 7.2 percent this year, compared to 52.5 percent in 2013.

Intel to tame passwords with biometric authentication

McAfee software to log into Windows and websites will be available for download by year end

AMD tablet development stalls as priorities change

AMD is assigning more resources to products that can help the company make money

Intel planning thumb-sized PCs for next year

The devices will plug into smart TVs and monitors

As Moore's Law approaches 50, Intel battling to keep up

As Moore's Law approaches 50, Intel battling to keep up

Intel is facing more challenges to keep up with Moore's Law, which manifested in the 14-nanometer process

Intel turns to light beams to speed up supercomputers

Intel's optical technology will light up supercomputers next year

Mobile 4K video getting wired to TVs through USB 3.1, MHL

USB 3.1 will support the MHL 3 specification, which can stream 4K mobile video transfers from mobile devices

Intel says its supercomputing chips won't suffer Larrabee's fate

So it introduced a new version of its fastest chip

IBM shares plans for supercomputing future

IBM is placing more accelerators, CPUs and FPGAs at multiple layers in supercomputers

Nvidia's cloud gaming service takes on Sony's PlayStation Now

Nvidia's GRID cloud gaming service will be available free, but only to Shield tablet and handheld game console users in the US

HP's BYOD service protects mobile devices and PCs

HP Touchpoint Manager is for SMBs, with plans starting at $2 per month

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