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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Erik Huggers
An Intel executive is confirming that the company is going to sell a set-top box that brings Internet-delivered movies and shows to a TV set.
Intel Corp. said Tuesday that it will sell a set-top box that brings Internet-delivered movies and shows to a TV set this year.
"I think we can bring an incredible TV experience via the Internet, to consumers, and that is a great opportunity for programmers," he said at the "D: Dive Into Media" conference in Dana Point, Calif.
One of the features of the Intel box would be the ability to identify, through a camera, which family member is watching and offer him or her personalized recommendations, Huggers said.