After popular demand, here is our CES 2014 Mobile Show in podcast form.

Recorded live from CES 2014, on this episode Anand Shimpi & Brian Klug discuss Intel's mobile product launch with the VP & GM of Intel's Mobile Comm. group, Hermann Eul. Anand & Brian also discuss the recently launched Mac Pro, Qualcomm's Toq and other smartwatches, Asus's ZenFone smartphones, Brian's switch from AT&T to T-Mobile, Sony's latest smartphones, NVIDIA's Tegra K1 & Project Denver, and the fluctuating CPU core counts in CPUs.

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 27
Featuring Anand Shimpi, Brian Klug, & special guest Hermann Eul

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Total Time:  47 minutes 30 seconds

Outline h:mm

Interview: Intel's Hermann Eul - 0:00
Mac Pro - 6:42
Smartwatches - 12:36
Asus ZenFone and other Asus smartphones - 21:54
Brian Switches To T-Mobile - 28:11
Sony Smartphones - 33:10
Motorola Smartphones - 36:18
NVIDIA's Tegra K1 & Project Denver - 38:04
Mobile SoC CPU Core Counts - 46:04
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  • nadim.kahwaji - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    Finally :) , keep up the Good Work Guys :)
  • victorson - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    Awesome, great work as always guys!
  • cicaklaut - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    So many interesting topics....
  • speconomist - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    Awesome, thanks for the podcast. Can't wait for the next one.

    Also, what about touching on the Nexus 5? You guys talked about it before the review was published, but no podcast about it afterwards.
  • blanarahul - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    Do you think it would be beneficial to 'not' have Turbowrite at or above 500 GB and focus more on parallism?? I ask this because a 250 GB 840 Evo achieves about 260 MB/s after it runs out of TW cache. So I would expect the 500 GB or above Evo to atleast reach 500 MB/s.
  • know of fence - Saturday, January 11, 2014 - link

    More Podcasts, please. People naively assume videos are a better form of presentation, but that's not true! Podcasts potentially reach a much bigger audience for a much longer time of people driving, doing chores enjoying long walks on the beach.

    As good looking as you guys are, who in his right mind is going to sit down, in front of his computer and watch two nerds chatter for an hour or two?

    Podcasts are also notoriously hard to monetize and track, but they present a tremendous value to the listeners, and create a following that is as dedicated and fanatic as any TV series audience.
  • ebelin - Saturday, January 11, 2014 - link

    Oh, finally, we are back to audio! Awesome! YouTube is great and all, but it's jumping through hoops to listen in the car, on the walk, etc.

    Great job, as always!
  • Dman23 - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    Just wanted to say "Thank You" for providing this as a podcast! SO MUCH easier to use with my favorite podcast client then having to jump through the hoops of using YouTube
  • flashbacck - Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - link

    Is the Samsung heart rate monitor just lighting up the flash and using the camera to measure it? It's being talked about by everyone, but there have been apps that already do that for quite a while.
  • mattyc - Friday, February 28, 2014 - link

    Awesome! Thanks for posting up another podcast guys.

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