Intel CES 2014 press conference: Join us Monday at 1 p.m. PT (live blog)

The chip giant may be preparing to talk about everything from perceptual computing to new PCs, tablets, and wearables, and possibly even putting Windows and Android on the same computer.

Among other things, Intel could show off its plans for 'perceptual computing' during its CES press conference tomorrow afternoon. Shara Tibken/CNET

LAS VEGAS -- As one of the biggest names in chips, Intel is expected to make waves at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The giant chipmaker has two major events on the schedule: Monday's press conference at 1 p.m. PT, and later in the day, CEO Brian Krzanich's keynote address.

What's not known is exactly what the company will talk about at which event. But it is thought that it will reveal its plans in a wide range of areas, from wearables to "perceptual computing," to new tablets, and even to PCs with both Android and Windows built in.

Please join CNET as we live-blog Intel's press conference, and find out all the tech giant has in store.

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