There are certain things at CES we just won't miss. Samsung's press conference. Sony. Panasonic. And then there's Intel. We attend the company's keynote every year, and we intend to continue that tradition in 2013. Intel, of course, is being coy about what's in store, only saying it has news to share around phones, tablets and laptops. (Guess there won't be a "virtual cable TV service," then?) What we do know is that Kirk Skaugen, VP and general manager of the PC client group, will be speaking, so we expect to hear lots about Ultrabooks, especially those of the touchscreen variety. In particular, we're hoping to hear a little more about those rumored Y-series chips, whose lower-power design should be an ideal fit for all those laptop / tablet hybrids we've been testing. Guess we'll find out tomorrow. Bookmark this link and come back at 4pm ET to get all the news as it's breaking.

January 7, 2013 4:00 PM EST

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