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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  • Kimdotno - Thursday, January 16, 2014 - link

    Let me fix that for you: download an addon such as "1-click youtube video downloader" and save it as an audio file. Solved. Reply
  • Tanclearas - Monday, January 20, 2014 - link

    I barely watch TV, let alone watch for "expressions" in a video that is basically just a couple of guys sitting in chairs talking to each other. I listen to my podcasts while working out (jogging, stairs, etc) and download the mp3. Having a video would mean the screen stays on, burning through my battery. Reply
  • hypopraxia - Friday, January 10, 2014 - link

    +1 for super-duper-cores.

    next-next-gen: mondo-mega-super-fast-cores
  • fteoath64 - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    It is only interesting if Intel can implement a super-fast 64bit SoC with cutting edge gpu. For them targetting the mid-range then moving downwards seemed like a losing proposition as ARM keeps edging forward on the high-end mobile and tablet while its Eastern partners eats away the mid-range to low-end phones and tablets.
    If Nvidia can do a successful comeback this year, the field is going to get much much harder for Intel. Intel should look into licensing the K1 core for its BayTrail chips just to ensure that Android x64 can survive or maybe thrive in future. At the rate Arm is catching up, it has a better chance of leading by a wider margin!.
  • Gondalf - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    It's only a matter of power consumption.
    In this moment BayTrail is well enough for Intel proposals, it has a tiny power draw, a long battery life without many battery cells, a good Cpu performance and a SnapDragon 600 class GPU. It is the perfect SOC for slim Tablets and, in few months from now, slim and well portable phones.
    The competitors are in a crazy game doing powerful SOCs yes !!! but very power hungry and pretty expensive to manufacture. IMO Snap 800, Snap 805, Tegra K1 all run out of gas in 28nm, their 5-7W power figure is a bad affair in handset and in tablet space too; all devices Snap 800 equipped are a disaster under load, their battery goes to the hell in a short time.
    Tegra K1 obviously will be another failure for Nvidia, clearly it is a 20nm thinked device done in 28nm because TSMC is very very late....unfortunately, i cannot think about a serious mobile device this this little nuclear reactor in.
    Intel will do a lot better in 14nm, especially in GPU.
  • tipoo - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    It ain't hardcore until it's hexacore, son. Reply
  • krumme - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    What a huge talent Anand have for that !
    Impressive. Welcome to CNN. lol.

    I really like how he is able pose follow up questions, and the general speed of it. And an inviting body language :) - just saw 8 min, looking forward to the rest. Could personalle use a more critical approach but thats probably a matter of taste and cultural differences. And i know its a difficult balance.
  • sheh - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link


    I don't usually watch much videos instead of reading, but there's something soothing about seeing two guys chatter about computer stuff. And with ties to boot! ;)

    The audio was too low, at least on my laptop. It's not the ideal sound machine, but most things are perfectly audible on it.
  • Lunyone - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    Like this type of video. Very informative and easier to discuss than trying to type it up with the same kind of details done verbally, IMHO. I would watch more of these kinds of reviews/news if you had them available. I don't usually follow the regular podcasts, but haven't really had too much time to listen to them. This video I just happened to see and had the time to view (at work :)). Reply
  • tipoo - Monday, January 13, 2014 - link

    But one question remains unanswered, is Anand wearing the Vibram Five Fingers? Reply

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