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Intel CEO CES 2014 keynote: Join us Monday, 6:30 p.m. PT (live blog)

At the giant consumer electronics show, Brian Krzanich could reveal Intel's most ambitious efforts yet in wearables, PCs, and tablets. Join CNET as we bring you the chipmaker's latest.

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LAS VEGAS -- Intel has long been the trendsetter in the chipmaking business, but now, the tech giant appears poised to make noise at the Consumer Electronics Show by pushing its way into making devices too.

Join CNET at 6:30 p.m. PT Monday for our live coverage of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's CES keynote address.

According to Re/Code, Intel's CEO is likely to focus his talk on the company's efforts to develop working versions of products such as wearables, tablets, and next-generation PCs.

Krzanich could also spend some of his time talking about the company's plans in the field of "perceptual computing," a technology that utilizes things like gestures, voice recognition, and facial recognition to imbue devices with more natural and immersive intuitiveness.

Of course, the company may choose to use its press conference, which takes place at 1 p.m. PT tomorrow, to reveal these plans, and have Krzanich go in another direction altogether. Tune in tomorrow to find out.