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Intel has now confirmed it is indeed working on an Internet-based television service that will include some kind of set-top box hardware product and that it plans to launch the service in 2013.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft is indeed working on a project that will bring a low-cost Xbox TV set-top box that would emphasize casual games and streaming content sometime before the end of 2013.