Technology – 31 December 2012

Intel cable and web TV system tipped for CES reveal

Written by Chris Davies, Published on Slash Gear

Intel is readying a set-top box mixing on-demand streaming media, free cable content, and a virtual DVR, sources in the video industry claim, with the first-gen hardware tipped for preview as soon as CES 2013 next week.

Tippling on New Year’s Eve? Call the Tipsy Tow Services

Written by Kristyan Morgan, Published on Design&Trend

New Year’s Eve is absolutely the perfect time to drink and make merry. But for motorists who are unsure of driving back safely after a heavy night of partying, American Automobile Associations in Northern California, Nevada and Utah have arranged a Tipsy Tow service for the night.

Apple iWatch to use Intel chips: Report

Published on The Times of India

Tech-giant Apple’s much-rumoured iWatch would use Intel chips and provide a new interface for the best-selling iPhone, Chinese news sites have claimed.

Ouya gets unboxing video, shows contents of developer kit

Published on Money Control

After having recently shipped developer versions of the Ouya console, the company has now released a video that shows everything that is packaged in the dev.

Foursquare makes Privacy tweaks, wary of Instagram-style backlash

Written by Chris Davies, Published on Slash Gear

Foursquare has announced changes to its privacy policy, displaying users whole names and giving businesses more customer data by default, though the check-in service is keen to point out that extra privacy can be restored with a few settings tweaks.

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