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Monday, 31 December 2012 12:39

Intel to reveal cable and web TV system at CES

Written by Fudzilla staff

Wants to show Google how it’s done

This is no surprise. Intel is planning to unveil a set-top box at CES and the device should mix on demand streaming video and cable content.

Apple and Google are already in the market, but Intel thinks it can do a bit better. According to TechCrunch, Intel has grown tired of “everyone doing a half-assed Google TV,” so it wants to show everyone how it’s done.

Of course, unlike other set-top boxes, Intel won’t use ARM chips in the device. It is also unclear when the Intel-box should launch. It should show up at CES, but it could be months before we see a roll out.

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