Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) Presenting its Own Cable TV Service, Set-Top Box at CES

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), the giant of American IT industry, has explored a new horizon. Intel has stepped into launching its own cable TV service, and has a plan to introduce “set-top box” in the upcoming Consumer Electric Show that is being held in Las Vegas in the coming week.

As TechCrunch has revealed, Intel experts are confident to achieve success among the public. They expect their TV cable service will be handy for home TV sets.

Intel is determined to make the launch of this set-top box as the producers of smart TV are not willing to use it at in Google smart TV.

Google in collaboration with Intel and other associates was the developer of Smart TV and this venture received diverse opinions. But the discontinuation of internet TV affected all the venture partners’’ investment. Intel has to make this launch to prove reliability among the public

TechCrunch declares that this TV service will be beneficial for the public to watch all the aired programmes. This innovation will make the public burden free from the tension to worry about the TV programme schedule. People can watch any of the programmes of their choice at any time up to their convenience.

Intel experts are sure to receive a positive response from TV users.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Denies Chinese Source Spread Rumor on the intake of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s Chip for the Upcoming Version of iWatch

A report from London depicts that according to Chinese source TGBUS, the most gossip targeted iWatch of Tech-giant Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is planning to utilize Intel chips within in order to come up with a new crossing point in best selling iPhone.

Scandals against Apple are scattering its working upon its very own edition of the iWatch which previously comprise of version of iPod Nano.

TGBUS further reported Apple’s manufacturing of a device which could utilize Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) chips and latest least powered Bluetooth tech. The phone will overall be controlled by A1.5” touch screen. Users would also be able to control the device by the help of Apple’s voice assistant Siri via voice commands.

The telegraph further states that this device could be easily available in market in the upcoming 6 months. Contrary to this, Apple has stated such rumor to be irrational stating Chinese news providing rare info with accuracy.

The report further states that Apple itself has claimed not to take any interest in wearable techs despite the quality excellence of brands like Nike+Fuelband etc.

In the meantime, Google, the largest competitor of Apple in the Industry is heard to be already initiating its work on a handset named Glass.

Google Diverted Users to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Stock, If They Typed ‘Sell’ in Google Finance

It has been reported by Mashable that Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) directed its users to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), when they typed the word of “Sell” in Google finance.

Is that signal something that Google knows more about Apple stock than rest of the people?

This news was discussed and emerged through various sources on several blogs and a thread on Reddit over the weekend that if users typed sell in Google finance then it diverted them to apple stock page.

For know as far as Google is concerned, all this is due to its algorithm, and it said that this happens due to Google algorithm but still this question comes in mind of many that this would be any concerted effort to undermine Apple’s stock.

Now, if users are checking, all is fine as it appears that Google has since tweaked its algorithm so that now, when users search for “sell” on Google Finance, it brings up with a detailed list of stocks, including Selestra, whose ticker is SELL. But Apple isn’t found anywhere.

The company told Search Engine Land in a statement,

“This isn’t deliberate, our algorithms seem to be keying off of the words ‘sell’ and “sells” in the description of this very popular stock symbol. We’re working on how to adjust things so it doesn’t happen anymore.”