Here's the logs just after reboot. I also added a "uname -a" to make
sure that it's clear which kernel version is being used.

FWIW, when I rebooted the laptop, it locked up on the dell bios screen.
I had to cold boot to get it to boot into ubuntu. This probably was more
prevalent before the latest bios update that dell released. I wouldn't
be too shocked if there were some kind of ACPI firmware issue. However,
I am not sure if this is related to the touchpad issue at all.

** Attachment added: "log after logging into unity after cold boot"

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  regression: SynPS/2 touchpad detected as DLL060A:00 pointer

Status in Release Notes for Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “linux” package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in “linux” source package in Trusty:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  This regression occurs somewhere between 3.11.0-14-generic (latest on
  saucy) and 3.13.0-031300rc6-generic (a test kernel). On the earlier
  kernel, I actually  get settings for setting up my touchpad in the
  unity interface. With the updated kernel, those options disappear. I
  only get one set of options both my mouse and my touchpad instead of
  each one independently. It means that I can't set the pointer speed
  differently or turn on natural scrolling for my touchpad.

  WORKAROUND: Execute at a terminal and then reboot your system:
  echo "blacklist i2c_hid" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf

  Release Notes Text
  Bug:1265885 On some Dell XPS13 systems the Synaptics touchpad is incorrectly 
recognised as a mouse.  See the bug for possible workarounds.

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