Intel is said to be working on a new television service that will reportedly offer consumers more flexible subscription packages. According to reports from the Wall Street Journal
, the company appears to be working on hardware, as well as a television service.
The reports indicate that Intel would still sell channels in bundles, though a report from Forbes has suggested the service would let users pick individual channels, or even shows, to buy. The Wall Street Journal indicates that the service would still sell bundles, but in a different way
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