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Live from Intel's CES 2016 keynote

Expect to hear plenty of Intel's big ideas for the next year.

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Intel's been running CES keynotes for some time now, and while they're rarely full of mind blowing product announcements, they never fail to be interesting. Typically, Intel stuffs its keynotes full of huge ideas and ambitious goals for the upcoming year. This year, expect to hear even more from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich about how it plans to make an impact in mobile, wearables and the Internet of Things. But, as always, we're hoping for a few surprises. I'll be liveblogging the entire shindig with Engadget's Nate Ingraham, so join us at 9:30 pm Eastern / 6:30pm Pacific for the festivities.

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