The past month has been pretty crazy around here with big releases from HTC, Samsung and just yesterday, Microsoft. I'm going to be wrapping all of it up in a live stream at 12:30PM ET. On the agenda:

The new HTC One (M8)
Samsung's Galaxy S 5
Windows Phone 8.1
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808/810 (and 64-bit family)
Amazon's Fire TV
Intel's 2014 Enthusiast Announcements (Devil's Canyon, Broadwell Iris Pro)

I'll update this post with the Google Hangouts live stream once it's ready. If you can't make the live stream, we'll be republishing it on the Podcast feed. 

Update: We are live!

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  • leafar30 - Thursday, April 24, 2014 - link

    Well done like always, but I want more live podcast.
    Talking about in the race mobil battle on; SoC,OS,Arm vs Intel,portable or console game( GPU), Microsoft vs android ( Linux), I want you expertise about the new Chinese Arm SoC,mostly allwinner the A80 with 41000 bm and power vr GPU ,rk3288,with A17 and Mali T7xx series and Mtk with their differents new SoC,because you mentioned, talking about the performance that Intel its reaching in the mobile SoC,compare with Mtk 8 core SoC.
    About Amazon fire TV,I believe the same,they went to conservative in the hardware SoC,I do like the idea ,that you mention about a new feature console like Xbox or PS,with custom android,strong GPU and big company support, in this case Amazon
  • aryonoco - Sunday, April 27, 2014 - link

    Anand, thanks for the podcast. Just a few things:

    1) Podcasts require regularity. You went from once a week to once a month to once now everth quarter? Please find a schedule that works for you and try and stick to it, I'd love to have one of your podcasts at least once every fortnight.

    2) Having a single-person podcast is not much fun, even when that person is Anand. If Brian is not available anymore, please ask some of your new smartphone editors to join you. A podcast requires some level of discussion.

    3) Please always publish an audio-only version of the show to your RSS feed. Sure I can scrape it myself but most podcast listeners use some software to manage their podcast and it's a massive inconvenience to not have your podcast readily available like that (and I'm sure it impacts your listener numbers).

    A loyal reader and fan of AT.
  • thekimbobjones - Tuesday, April 29, 2014 - link

    Solo podcast just not the same. I also think it is incredibly disappointing that Brian Klug isn't around for these podcasts. The banter and energy between Anand and Brian was what made this podcast so engaging. I also think the loyal community who have been regular supporters deserve an explanation as to why Brian is a no show.

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