Intel is reportedly asking for around $500m for the internet TV service it never quite managed to launch, OnCue. Those people with knowledge of the process let Bloomberg know that the online pay-TV service the chipmaker developed (before deciding it didn't want to get into internet telly after all) was up for sale. The sources …
Eurosport Player, Sky's Now-TV and many other services do the same thing. They also have content deals and paying customers. What unique proposition does OnCue have that these services do not?
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