Live from Intel's CES 2013 press conference!

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Dana Wollman
January 7th, 2013
Live from Intel's CES 2013 press conference!

It's hard to believe a whole year has passed since the last time Intel held a keynote at CES. Back then, we got a glimpse of an early Medfield phone and also saw a demo of Fruit Ninja running on a touchscreen Ultrabook. (Remember when that seemed like a novelty?) Twelve months later, we still haven't seen that many Atom-powered handsets, but touch-enabled laptops are already the new normal. So what's in store for 2013? Personally, we're hoping for longer battery life on touchscreen Ultrabooks, and that might be a real possibility if Intel comes out with those low-power Y-series chips we've been reading about. We'd also be shocked if Intel didn't give us an update on Medfield, or show us some splashy laptop demonstration. Who knows? Maybe this is the year NFC in notebooks finally catches on. Or maybe, if rumors are to be believed, we'll hear more about a "virtual cable TV service." (Ed. note: don't hold your breath.) In any case, there's only one way to find out: stay tuned as we give you up-to-the minute coverage.


3:55PM I'll be on text today, typing out all the breaking news from Intel and hopefully not too many unfunny jokes. Myriam, the great Myriam, is on photos. She says her white balance is spot-on, in case you were wondering.

3:55PM Hi, you guys, this is Dana. Glad you could make it.

3:51PM Hello there!

3:49PM It's hard to believe a whole year has passed since the last time Intel held a keynote at CES. Back then, we got a glimpse of an early Medfield phone and also saw a demo of Fruit Ninja running on a touchscreen Ultrabook. (Remember when that seemed like a novelty?) Twelve months later, we still haven't seen that many Atom-powered handsets, but touch-enabled laptops are already the new normal. So what's in store for 2013? Personally, we're hoping for longer battery life on touchscreen Ultrabooks, and that might be a real possibility if Intel comes out with those low-power Y-series chips we've been reading about. We'd also be shocked if Intel didn't give us an update on Medfield, or show us some splashy laptop demonstration. Who knows? Maybe this is the year NFC in notebooks finally catches on. Or maybe, if rumors are to be believed, we'll hear more about a "virtual cable TV service." (Ed. note: don't hold your breath.) In any case, there's only one way to find out: stay tuned as we give you up-to-the minute coverage.
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