CES 2014: Intel press conference

The chip giant will talk about its latest offerings and strategy at CES, beginning at 1pm pacific on Monday, January 6.

  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:44:41 PM
    Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to CNET's live blog of the Intel press conference at CES 2014!
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:45:02 PM
    I'll be hosting you from San Francisco until the event gets under way at 1pm PT.
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:47:19 PM
    On the ground is Daniel Terdiman and Eric Franklin. Once the event gets started I'll hand the live blog over to them so they can deliver the news.
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:48:49 PM
    Just a note: We will not have a livestream of this press conference.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 8:50:09 PM
    Hey, everyone. We're here at the Intel press conference. We're about 7 minutes away from it kicking off. If they're on time.
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  • justin_g417 1/6/2014 8:51:48 PM
    So then we won't be able to watch intel's press conference live?
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:52:21 PM
    @justin_g417 correct, there is not a live stream.
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 8:52:22 PM
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 8:54:05 PM
    Jam-packed in here. Very blue and the soft rock music isn't too overbearing. It's still early though.
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  • justin_g417 1/6/2014 8:54:59 PM
    Ok thanks
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 8:55:17 PM
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 8:57:10 PM
    We don't know everything that Intel will be talking about in its presser (which starts in just a few minutes). But we do know that it will be about perceptual computing. The company says in a press release that it is bringing "Immersive, Human Interaction to devices in 2014."
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 8:57:33 PM

    The line-up in the front...

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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 8:57:34 PM
    The generic mock tablet currently on the screen looks an awful lot like an iPad. Probably just a coincidence. Maybe.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 8:58:18 PM
    Intel will be working with partners to add "human-like senses to Intel-based 2-in-1 tablet, Ultrabook, notebook, all-in-one and other mobile devices in the future in a new family of hardware and software products called Intel RealSense technology."
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 8:58:46 PM
    Here we go...
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  • Brian 1/6/2014 8:58:57 PM
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 8:58:58 PM
    "We used to tap. Then we click. Now we tap."
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  • robdawg 1/6/2014 8:58:58 PM
    is intel streaming the event?
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 8:59:22 PM
    Thundering bass in here as the presentation starts!
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 8:59:46 PM
    Intel is live streaming the event here: intelstudios.edgesuite.net
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:00:03 PM
    Video of people doing their best impression of Tom Cruise from Minority Report.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:00:13 PM
    Intel's 3D sensing technology: "Your world in all dimensions." Gesture-based technology that looks to be along the lines of what LeapMotion has developed.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:00:28 PM
    Here's Mooly Eden, SVP for perceptual computing.
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:00:51 PM
    Mooly Eden just took stage.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:00:55 PM
    Eden: We're surrounded by computing devices. Everywhere, homes, cars, etc...Not to mention the cloud. "Computing is Everywhere."
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:00:58 PM

    Mooly Eden, Intel's SVP for perceptual computing

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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:01:41 PM
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:01:55 PM
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  • Sarah Mitroff 1/6/2014 9:02:31 PM
    The event has begun, comments are now closed until the end of the press conference.
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:02:53 PM
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:03:04 PM
    "We'll use our thumb as our credit card."
    "We'll get constant information about our health."
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:03:28 PM
    Eden is building towards some kind of non-tactile computing announcement.
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:03:35 PM
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:03:55 PM
    CNET's Shara Tibken was spot on with her story in late November about Intel's perceptual computing ambitions. Wave fingers, make faces: The future of computing at Intel
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:04:10 PM
    is this really really where the world's heading? #keyboardandmouse4ever
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:04:51 PM
    Looks like Intel is interested in building computing architecture based, in part at least, on the structure of the human brain. Much like IBM has been working on.
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:05:13 PM
    Now comparing the human brain to Intel processors. Simulation Theory confirmed?
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:05:20 PM
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:06:05 PM
    Math jokes always kill...at CES.
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:06:08 PM
    This guy looks like he'd be fun to go out drinking with.
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  • Eric Franklin 1/6/2014 9:06:40 PM
    I think it's the Kangol.
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:06:59 PM
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  • Daniel Terdiman 1/6/2014 9:07:10 PM
    Computing performance has been improved 3.5 million times since 1970.
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  • Rich Brown 1/6/2014 9:07:16 PM
    Thumbs up to Kangol.
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