A couple of months ago Brian and I did a mobile show on video live from IDF where we discussed a lot of what was going on in mobile at the time. Intel was a huge help to us back then by providing support in the filming and production of the whole thing. It went over so well that Intel offered to help us out at CES this year to do the very same.

This evening (at 6PM PT) Brian and I will be at Intel's booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Central Hall, Booth #7252) filming the second on-location AnandTech Mobile Show. We'll be discussing all of the mobile announcements at CES thus far, including the Tegra K1 that was just announced earlier this week. If you're at CES, feel free to drop by Intel's booth to check out the show as it's being filmed. We'll post the show to our YouTube channel immediately afterwards so look for it tomorrow evening.

Update: It looks like we may get Intel's Hermann Eul (VP and GM of the Mobile & Comms group) to stop by for a candid interview on the show. This is going to be an exciting one. If there's anything you guys want us to discuss on the show let us know in the comments!

Update 2: Sorry for the delay, bandwidth is a little limited here at CES and we're trying to get the video uploaded asap!

Update 3: The CES 2014 Mobile Show has been published here. It has also been published as a podcast for our mobile listeners, and as avaiable via our regular podcast feeds.

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  • silenceisgolden - Tuesday, January 07, 2014 - link

    Mobile
    1. When will a full solution for baseband radios be available for phones with Intel chips?
    2. Customers want to have the latest version of Android asap after it is announced. Is it Intel's priority to update drivers accordingly for new versions of Android for all chips and chipsets?
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  • silenceisgolden - Tuesday, January 07, 2014 - link

    Other
    1. Does Intel like NFC? Is there an alternative that Intel would rather use?
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  • hrrmph - Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - link

    I'll second that one. Put bluntly, when is Intel going to stop crippling their otherwise fine computing products by not taking the expansion and integration of the chipset stuff more seriously?

    Baseband?

    All USB 3.0 ports?

    All SATA 6.0Gbs ports?

    WiFi-AC?

    When do we get it all integrated onto an SOC?
    Reply
  • eiriklf - Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - link

    So when is the youtube version coming? Reply
  • Mondozai - Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - link

    Some major flub went down. Anand's saying bandwidth is limited etc but it smells like lies. There are multiple tech sites who have done several podcasts, and many of them uploaded it to Youtube at 720p quality, and all from CES. Reply
  • twizzlebizzle22 - Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - link

    Which other techsites do podcasts; looking to widen my horizons. The verge. Reply
  • klmx - Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - link

    Yeah not sure what's going on over here. No coverage of the Intel keynote at all, the uploading of this podcast (if they did it through Youtube Live then it should be up automatically? Maybe they did it through whatever Intel used to stream their livestreams) Reply

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