Last year should have been the year the US television market changed. Early in 2013, Intel executives talked up their efforts to build hardware and software that would let users watch live TV, recently-aired content, on-demand programming, and other shows in their homes and on mobile devices. The subscription service, dubbed OnCue, would deliver the programming over a broadband Internet connection, known as "over the top," and it would launch by the end of 2013. Or so Intel vowed.
Not quite. Intel had the hardware and sleek, personalized user interface all ready to … Read more