Pre-CES rumors suggested Intel would announce a "virtual cable" service (before being stamped out) but the partnership with Comcast it actually revealed turned out to be far more conventional. Very similar to the tru2way multiroom box Intel demonstrated back at IDF in 2009, the Multi-Screen Video Gateway by Arris the two are demonstrating on the CES floor capitalizes on DLNA standards -- touted by the alliance earlier today -- to bring video to virtually any device in your home.
Intel is preparing to launch its rumored virtual cable TV service and set top box, and has a plan to overcome licensing hurdles. Rather than roll out nationwide, the launch will happen on a city-by-city basis so Intel has more flexi... Read Post
Intel’s rumored cable and streaming TV service that was expected to debut at the International CES has hit a few snags, making its unveiling at the event very unlikely, according to the Wall Street Journal. Intel's initiative was ex... Read Post