Intel's TV service to miss CES debut over content delays

Intel has reportedly faced difficulty cutting deals with providers for the content portion of its offering

By John P. Mello Jr., PC World |  Networking, Intel, streaming tv

Initially, Intel extended that strategy to its TV efforts by developing chips for hardware running Google's TV platform. When Intel's chips were spurned by Google TV makers for those based on ARM architecture, Intel decided to do its own thing in the TV space.

As part of that effort, Intel set up its digital home division, which, according to TechCrunch, is run like a start-up in stealth mode, and populated it with talent like Huggers, who was the ramrod for the BBC's iPlayer project, and Sean Ludick, who helped Jawbone get its products into box stores like Best Buy, Walmart and Costco.

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