Jacobs nabbed his speaking slot from longtime CES participant Microsoft, which declared 2012 to be its last show. He's expected to highlight a "born mobile" theme, detailing what the future of computing will be like for gadgets and consumers.
Expect some product updates from the company, whose processors power the majority of the world's phones, including the iPhone 5 and Windows Phone 8 devices. There will also be some special guests like Maroon 5.
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