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Which Four Brands Have a Real Shot at Revolutionizing TV?
So Intel is trying to break into television. Or at least it was. Now it appears that the chipmaker best known for being “inside” our PCs is looking to sell off OnCue, an advanced set-top box/connected pay-TV service the company has been developing for over a year. Some say Intel is frustrated over negotiations with content providers. Others claim that the marketing costs are too high. Or maybe Intel has just come to its senses. Because let’s get this straight. The next TV revolution was never going to be brought to the masses by Intel.
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