Yesterday we announced that we'd be doing our first (technically second) live mobile show tonight at 7PM ET. We're now just over 1.5 hours away from going live. I'll update this post with an embed of the stream for those who want to watch it live. For everyone else we'll be pushing it out to our YouTube channel as soon as it's done. I've heard the requests to toss it in the podcast stream as well, which we should be able to do but that'll come a little later. 

Brian and I will be talking about the following on the show later tonight:

The iPad Air
Investigations into Apple's A7 and Cyclone CPU Architecture
ASUS Transformer Book T100 & Retail Bay Trail
A Discussion of 64-bit in Mobile
The Haswell MacBook Pros
HTC's One Max
Brian's Initial Thoughts on Google's Nexus 5

On at least a couple of these topics we'll be disclosing details for the first time before ever appearing in written content on the site. This is a new format for us, but if we can get enough support both from you all and potential sponsors it won't be the last.

Check back here at 7PM ET for the live stream.

Update: We are done, check it out below:

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  • speconomist - Thursday, November 07, 2013 - link

    Good question in the second paragraph about mini tablets and cellular connectivity, hope that someone can shed some light there. Reply
  • tipoo - Wednesday, November 06, 2013 - link

    The Nexus 5 does have a heat spreader/emi shield directly touching the SoC unlike the Nexus 4, and that little change helped modified Nexus 4s throttle much less. Every phone still does throttle, iPhone included, but hopefully that change will be enough to make it reasonable. Reply
  • chrone - Saturday, November 09, 2013 - link

    Whoa, where did get that info. Nice to know it won't throttle a lot like n4. :-) Reply
  • nicolapeluchetti - Wednesday, November 06, 2013 - link

    Will this content be available in written form?I don't like watching videos as i'm much faster at reading that at watching :) Reply
  • amrkal - Wednesday, November 06, 2013 - link

    Please post this in the podcast feed. Reply
  • smwinn7 - Thursday, November 07, 2013 - link

    +1 Reply
  • Krysto - Thursday, November 07, 2013 - link

    Should've called this one the "Anandtech Intel Show" - because that's what half of the podcast is about, despite what the content index might lead you to believe. Reply
  • Pfffman - Thursday, November 07, 2013 - link

    So some people have nicely put up mp3s for the podcast. While I would prefer to have it on mp3, using the methods that people have provided here seems to circumvent the video getting views which would eat into showing potential sponsors from supporting this? Unless someone from Anandtech says go ahead and get it, I unfortunately won't download it.

    So request: Anand could you please release an MP3 for this one or let us know how this sponsorship is working so we can continue to support the podcast in the best possible way?
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  • Tanclearas - Saturday, November 09, 2013 - link

    There was no reason for this to be done as a video. I use Doggcatcher for podcasts and listen to them while working out, driving, or walking to work. If I don't make it all the way through (a 2 hour 20 minute show), I can leave the app and come back later and just resume from where I left off.

    I'm sure someone will chime in to give me some advice about how to "fix the problem". I know what options I have, but there was absolutely no reason for this to be posted this way and not to the podcast rss feed.
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  • Streamlined - Sunday, November 10, 2013 - link

    Loved the show. I intended only to listen to about 15 minutes while I worked but you kept going from one interesting subject after another. Bam, Bam, bam. Before I knew it, I heard the whole show. I thought the show was better without audience participation. If you must, I'd suggest getting a third person to filter viewer comments and only feed you the worthy ones. Reply

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