Intel Has Big Plans to Change How We Watch TV

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Re: Weak unique selling proposition
sonthuy   12/29/2015 1:29:37 AM

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I didn't make the connection, but this Intel set-top box camera technology is no doubt the same one Intel has been using in digital signage, which can detect the age and gender of people looking a sign and which part of the sign (aka which message) they're most intersted in. Or so the story goes.

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Re: Weak unique selling proposition
cmophil   3/11/2013 11:05:24 AM

That's sort of that I'm thinking. A lot of those really popular shows are viewed directly through Hulu and other online streaming sites.

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Of course, the originals need to be good.  At some point an online content provider is going to learn that the hard way...

(Or has Hulu learned that already?  That site has so many originals, it's hard to keep track of them all.)

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Re: Weak unique selling proposition
tinym   2/28/2013 10:05:30 PM

@Joe ahh, what a sight Comcast Originals. I wonder if they're planning shows now that other networks are proving originals work...

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tinym   2/28/2013 10:04:27 PM

@John I read something about an Intel box elsewhere, now I know what's to come. I like the idea of watching shows later in the week without the need to record them or keep up with rerun airings. Have you seen anything about pricing for these fancy boxes?

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