Future is TV-shaped, says Intel

The world’s biggest chip maker predicts that by 2015 there will be 12 billion devices capable of connecting to 500 billion hours of TV and video content.Intel said its vision of TV everywhere will be more personal, social, ubiquitous and informative.”TV is out of the box and off the wall,” Intel’s chief technology officer Justin Rattner told BBC News.”TV will remain at the centre of our lives and you will be able to watch what you want where you want.”We are talking about more than one TV capable device for every man and woman on the planet. People are going to feel connected to the screen in ways they haven’t in the past,” said Mr Rattner.Also see:
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8272003.stmAlso see:Intel tries anew to built its smarts into TVs
Intel may not have attained the same dominance in TVs as it has in personal computers, but the company remains convinced that interactive, networked, computing-intensive tasks will win the company a foothold in the world of video.The company touted various elements of its plan Thursday at its Intel Developer Forum here, including a new Atom CE4100 processor for TVs, technology to automatically extract a highlight reel from a soccer match, companies moving PC games to TVs, and big-screen 3D video that Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner believes ultimately will arrive in people’s homes.
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