Yesterday Intel held a press briefing to go over some of the PC client and mobile news from the show, but after the briefing Intel gave us access to their stage and camera crew to film our mobile show. I didn't make it out to Taipei until after WWDC, but Ian and Kristian have been on the ground all week covering the show. Ian joined me on stage for a quick recap of a lot of what's new in mobile. We went over Ian's experience with LG's G3, Intel's new Bay Trail Entry SKUs, the Rockchip deal, Core M, the WWDC news and a discussion about deeper gaming experiences in mobile.

Check out the show in the video below:

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  • Krysto - Tuesday, June 10, 2014 - link

    Why would any sane OEM want a 28nm non-Trigate Intel Atom chip in late 2015, when Atom is barely competitive at 22nm with Trigate against 28nm non-FinFET ARM?

    Anything Rockhip/Intel puts out at 28nm in late 2015 will be eaten alive by ARM chips, at the same price point.
  • elessar25 - Tuesday, June 10, 2014 - link

    Anand, you used to be THE place on the net for no-BS tech commentary. But how can I take you seriously when you make off-the-cuff remarks about platforms that you clearly don't have much experience in? You discuss the new Metal API with Ian here and lament that there's no serious deep gaming on any mobile platform, and that Microsoft in particular is missing a golden opportunity. Have you ever played Halo Spartan Assault on a Windows Phone 8 device? Isn't that a deep game that rivals console gaming? I would even include Modern Warfare on this list. These games are by no means casual and have the graphics chops and storyline of a deep game.
  • elessar25 - Tuesday, June 10, 2014 - link

    Oh...and did he just say that Android is a better tablet OS than Windows 8.1? Where do these people get off saying this crap? Leave your fanboyism at home, bro. Anand, seriously. Android on tablets is nowhere near as polished looking as Windows 8.1

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