Intel confirms new internet-based television streaming product, 'working with entire industry' to launch this year

Intel confirms new internet-based television streaming product, 'working with entire industry' to launch this year

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New Welp, the rumors are true. Erik Huggers, Corporate VP & GM for Intel Media, just sat down here at D:Dive Into Media 2013 in order to confirm that Intel's getting into the set-top / TV provider business, and everything will be delivered to your home using your existing broadband...
Intel confirms new internet-based television streaming product, 'working with entire industry' to launch this year
                                       

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