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Patrick and Ryan dive into the mess created by the reveal of benchmark cheating from Huawei in regards to its Kirin products and what that means for the latest launch from the company. Lenovo releases the first Snapdragon 850 powered Always Connected PC and Intel updates its 8th Generation Core processor family with Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake. GlobalFoundries surprised many by announcing a withdrawal from the development of 7nm process technology. Finally, we end with thoughts from Pat on the Note9 and Dell's updated PC-as-a-service initiatives.

Patrick and Ryan return to put some thought into recent hardware releases in the market. This includes the new NVIDIA Turing-based Quadro and GeForce products and the AMD 2nd generation Threadripper processors. They discuss the move from Arm to tackle Intel in the mobile/notebook space with higher performance processing cores, what Intel showed analysts at its data-centric technology summit, and thoughts on if and how Tesla should consider building its own chips for autonomous vehicles.

This week Patrick and Ryan sit down to talk about a lot of interesting technology news starting with the killing off of the Qualcomm acquisition of NXP, a deal that was worth more than $40B. Qualcomm was also in the news for being replaced as the modem choice for the next-generation iPhone, while simultaneously releasing information that paints an incredible picture of its wireless performance metrics compared to Intel modem technology. Google updates a lot of its cloud services including integrating NVIDIA Tesla P4 GPUs for inference at Google Clould Next, and both AMD and Intel have impressive earnings results for the quarter.

Patrick Moorhead and Ryan Shrout sit down to talk about some important movement in the technology markets, starting with the availability of the Apple HomePod. The impact that AMD's new leads at the Radeon group are debated, how cryptocurrency mining continues to hammer the PC market, Intel's decision to not push Kaby Lake-G for gaming, and Qualcomm's new announcements around 5G and RF in China are all discussed. 

    Patrick Moorhead and Ryan Shrout talk through the announcements at CES from AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA, and determine what impact they will have on the technology landscape in 2018. AMD has a lot to live up to after a very successful 2017, Intel is using Radeon graphics technology for its latest processor, and NVIDIA cements its position in automated vehicles.