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Intel may ditch OnCue IPTV service project if it can't find an investor

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If you were sincerely hoping to buy an Intel set-top box this year, those dreams are looking a little more unlikely. The chip giant may scrap its not-cable product if it can't find a backer to help fund and distribute it, according to All Things D. This comes after Corporate VP Erik Huggers admitted that the service wouldn't do as hoped and free users from the yoke of TV, while new CEO Brian Krzanich has said he's "cautious" about getting into the TV game. Perhaps the Pentium house should have considered these things, you know, before it started talking about the project in public.

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