Earlier this week, Brian and I sat down at recapped some of the recent mobile announcements at CES, as well as other things we'd been working on over the holidays. We talked about the new Mac Pro, NVIDIA's Tegra 5, the new Pebble, Brian's first Sony smartphone review sample, the big T-Mobile announcement and more. In addition to that, we were able to grab Intel's Hermann Eul (VP & GM of Intel's Mobile/Comms group) for about 10 minutes and got him to talk a bit about SoFIA, 64-bit Android and more.

I had hoped to get this up right away, but getting access to enough bandwidth to download the 3GB source and then put it on YouTube in between meetings was far more difficult than I expected (particularly during the day when available bandwidth at CES was beyond limited). 

The video is embedded below, I hope you all enjoy it! 

Update: After popular demand, we have also published this as a podcast for our mobile listeners

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  • melgross - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    I prefer a choice, because sometimes they want to actually show something. I find it's more difficult to see it with just a voice feed. Reply
  • Drunk Muffin - Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - link

    Amazing show as always guys.
    It's nice to see nvidia finally devoting more die space to better suited cores at (hopefully) respective speeds, and hope that all other manufacturers follow suit. Lookinf forward to some real-world usage tests on those Denver and Kepler cores.
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  • tipoo - Wednesday, January 15, 2014 - link

    With all these claims that SoC GPUs are getting close to or surpassing in some ways the PS360 GPUs, what about the CPU side of it? It seems like CPUs would take longer to get there than GPUs.
    And I agree that part of the limitation is controls, which is why I wish good wraparound controllers existed, to make phones and tablets a bit like the Wii U tablet controller. I think storage is also a bottleneck, after controls. Console games were hitting the limits of DVD-9 regularly, and tablets and phones still start at 8-16GB.
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  • Kenneth Qvarfordt - Thursday, January 16, 2014 - link

    Really enjoyed this podcast. You guys are like the most knowledgeable out there. There are so many people in the industry but not many of them are as knowledgeable as you guys. So that really makes it interesting when you guys talk. Keep it up! Love the format too! You guys don't overcomplicate things! Reply
  • Polizei608 - Sunday, February 02, 2014 - link

    Fantastic video, great to hear about what's on the horizon and love the banter. A+ job as always guys Reply

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