It looks like Intel (INTC) is serious about being a pay-TV provider. 9 months after the WSJ...
Saturday, December 29, 2012, 4:56 PM ETIt looks like Intel (INTC) is serious about being a pay-TV provider. 9 months after the WSJ reported (to some mockery) a Web-based Intel TV service is in the works, an industry source tells TechCrunch the chip giant will soon launch a subscription service in select cities that features traditional channels and Web video, and relies on an Intel-powered set-top that will be demoed at CES. Unsurprisingly, content licensing issues will limit availability. The source claims Intel was tired of "everyone doing a half-***** Google TV." Google already offers pay-TV services, but they're tied to Google Fiber. (Intel Smart TVs)
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