Intel has shared part of its product roadmap for the coming year, showing that both Skylake and Broadwell architectures will get attention in the 14nm space.
Core M (Broadwell) products will be launched at the end of 2014. By spring, it will take over the product stack currently occupied by Haswell, with fifth-generation Core products (Broadwell is a 14nm refresh of Haswell). Following this, next-gen Celeron and Pentium units will be introduced in the second half of the year (Braswell), alongside sixth-generation 14nm Core processors (Skylake).
Very little information has been announced regarding Skylake. The architecture will support DDR4 memory, and GPU enhancements are also expected.