Verizon plans to redefine the traditional television set-top box in 2012 for FiOS customers. The project looks to lower the energy consumption of traditional set-top boxes by offering a media server that can stream HDTV to all of the devices in your home, including mobile devices and game consoles. The new technology is still in the works, but looks like a promising way to rethink how to push television to your devices. Read the full article at TechCrunch.com
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