NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Intel (INTC) made plenty of noise at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Monday, setting out its 2013 chip roadmap for mobile devices such as super-skinny Ultrabooks and tablets.
A few hours later, though, the world's biggest chipmaker "was upstaged by Qualcomm (QCOM) and its CES keynote," JMP Securities analyst Alex Gauna said in a note, referring to CEO Paul Jacobs, who took over the opening keynote slot vacated by Microsoft's (MSFT) Steve Ballmer.
Jacobs used his time in the spotlight to schmooze with a host of celebrities and unveil the company's next-generation Snapdragon mobile processor.
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