While many of us spend time talking about the technology alternatives that can or will be used to bring content to the masses over the internet, and especially to portable devices – companies like Intel, Verizon and all the US cable TV companies spend more time wondering about the business model that will go with that technology …
Come on Reg, if you're going to copy and paste entire articles, at least make the effort of proof reading it before you hit the post button...
Does that mean that US regulations prohibiting phone companies from delivering TV have finally gone away completely?
The question is, what value does Intel really bring to the table? It sounds more like Brian Krzanich cleaning house and divesting himself of a money sink on one side, and Verizon on the other hand making an acqui-hire:
Video over Verizon Wireless? Blah. I have grandfathered unlimited data, but I think very few will pay like $5 or $10 a month, AND effectively pay $5 or so a show for the data itself (they charge $30 for just 2GB, and $10 a GB for overage... they have some higher data plans, but none get you below $10 a GB.)
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