Intel is seeking the same universal platform for rich media consumption on consumer electronic devices as exists on the Web.  Recently the company announced an electronic "widget" which connects  television sets to Yahoo! content.  Some of these widget-powered TV's went on sale last weekend, PC Week reports.

At the Beet.TV Online Video Roundtable in San Francisco earlier this month, I spoke with Intel's Wilfred Martis on the company's plans.

Today, Intel announced plans for a new graphics chip, its first in ten years.  CNET's Brooke Crothers has the story

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