January 3, 2013

Intel Has No Business in the TV Business

John Dvorak, PC Magazine


RCT

I'm stunned that Intel insists on pursuing a business it has no business being in: TV and programming distribution. Yes, that's what this ultimate chip company hopes to do with its Intel TV push.

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TAGGED: Streaming Media, Tv, Intel

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