Intel Testing TV Service in Three Markets
Still Believes They'll be the Golden Child of Internet Video
Intel is currently conducting trials of its new Internet TV platform with employees in three West Coast markets
ahead of a launch later this year. The chipmaker has repeatedly stated that they believe they will succeed in Internet video where numerous other companies have failed. Those ever-busy "people with knowledge of the situation" also claim that Intel is making headway
hashing out licensing agreements with content companies. That's obviously the major hurdle to Intel's success, and the primary reason why significantly better and more innovative companies than Intel have watched their Internet TV ambitions repeatedly do mudpuddle face plants
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I never even knew I never even knew they made TV sets with a core processor unless it's the ones that are actually TV sets + computer..
Imo these two should be separated, too techy, the old stuff is much better.
A little off topic but I never even knew you could have your TV shows and movies broadcasted through your internet provider until my brother moved to where one had this option but you can only have one thing on it at a time like 1 computer or 1 TV hocked up and that's it, you would need to pay more for a bigger and more expensive package to get more stuff hocked up at once.
I'm glad I ain't very updated with all this, stuff is just getting too far ridiculous and only getting worse. We already can make data be sent into thin air with satellite and WiFi and imo that's good enough. and I know some of you may say something about this but I have one other thing to add. I know of a lot of people who stick with old technology, well not even technology at all, just really old style stuff from say the 40's.
We don't even have electric or anything being provided to some people here in my area in some spots and their happy that they don't have to go through with all this new junk or even going into it.
HT1000/ BeamID 32/ Power Max plan/ 4 pcs on a D-Link wired switch/ wireless D-Link router with password
Support only the gaming company's that matter the most, pay for something that actually is worth buying or has a good reason for how much it's worth.