I didn't lug the Blue yeti across the country for nothing: we have episode 4 of the AnandTech Podcast up for you all to listen to. Given the timing (we recorded it late Sunday evening) this one just features Brian and myself, but there's no shortage of things to talk about. 

In this mostly smartphone focused episode we talk about last week's announcements from Nokia and Motorola. Brian also talked about his time at HTC in NYC this past week. We discuss Windows Phone 8 a bit and prepare for this week with the Intel Developer Forum, Haswell and the new iPhone launch. 

There's even a little teaser at the beginning about a certain well known chip architect that I had the pleasure of having a conversation with in SF. Sorry for the hoarse voice, I nearly lost it talking to a bunch of really smart folks at AMD last night.

The AnandTech Podcast - Episode 4
featuring Anand Shimpi & Brian Klug

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Total Time: 1 hour 37 minutes

As always, comments are welcome and appreciated. Let us know what you liked, hated and want to hear more of.

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  • secretanchitman - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    thanks for keeping up weekly with the podcast! its incredibly interesting to listen (and to figure out what i do and dont know) to you guys. please keep up the good work! Reply
  • TheGuardians - Friday, January 25, 2013 - link

    Anand really needs to convince Brian to get a room. There's some serious latent man (boy)-crush happening through-out the podcasts!
    Anand's continued giggling & predilection towards anything & everything Brian says is frankly difficult to listen to. This kind of attention disregarding pervasively the other
    guests/members of the podcast is surely not diplomatic & equitable - epsecially by someone in a role of leadership as Mr. Shimpi is.. being the CEO & boss of the 'website'/'business'.
    Reply
  • Orvtrebor - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    But could you please get it onto the Zune marketplace (or whatever MS is going to end up calling it )

    Thanks guys
    Reply
  • Anand Lal Shimpi - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    Definitely planning on it, let me get back from SF and then I'll get that done :)

    Take care,
    Anand
    Reply
  • Captmorgan09 - Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - link

    If you're trying to sync the podcasts to your Windows Phone or Zune via Zune SW, it's still possible without having Anand add it to the marketplace. Just import the rss feed into Zune under podcasts and you're good to go. (yes, it would be nicer to have it in the marketplace so that you didn't have to worry about doing what i just told you to do.) :-) Reply
  • Orvtrebor - Thursday, September 13, 2012 - link

    Didn't know I could do that, thank you for the info!
    :)
    Reply
  • Death666Angel - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    When I started the podcast and someone said "Hi guys, this is Anand Shimpi..." I thought "who is this imposter?". Your voice sounds definitely weird. Hope it gets better soon! :D

    On the podcasts: love 'em! The length could go up for my taste as well, my only other podcast has regular 3 hour podcasts and more. :-) But, whatever works best for your time of course.
    Reply
  • justaviking - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    A humble suggestion...

    Could you please include a rough Index that lists which topics begin at what times?

    I have listened to a couple of your podcasts, and really enjoyed them, so I realize they contain a lot of free-flowing conversation.

    But if I'm pressed for time, I might like to listen to one topic more than another, at least to get started.

    This podcast is "mostly smartphone focused" but you also mention a teaser about a chip architecture. Thankfully you indicated it was near the beginning, which is what I'm most interested in today.

    I'm sure I'll listen to all of it eventually, but a simple outline like that would be great. Today there is over 90 minutes to sort through, and it's difficult to "skim" audio material like you do text.

    SAMPLE: (Assume these times and topics are incorrect, it's just a sample)
    -------------
    Intoduction = 0:00
    Chip Architecture = 1:30
    Smart Phone Comverstation = 5:45
    Joke about Brian Klug = 1:02:30
    Reply
  • thestryker - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    I've been reading this site since the Pentium 3 days, but I've got to say these podcasts have been exceptional. I enjoy the fact that there has been a very interesting combination of information and opinions. Looking forward to the IDF coverage, but also now looking forward to the post show report, as it were, that you guys will do that sums up the overall experience and what you took away from it. Thanks for continuing with the podcasts and here's to many more to come.

    PS: Greatly enjoyed the fact that Brian mentioned one of my favorite bands, Covenant, during the podcast.
    Reply
  • Zink - Monday, September 10, 2012 - link

    2nd best thing on the internet Reply

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