Intel still seeking content rights; Sony's PS4 to join crowded console market

Online video news from across the web:

> Intel is willing to pay a hefty premium to license cable programming for its OTT service, but so far there have been no takers according to Reuters. Story

> Sony's PS4 will join a crowded console market offering online video options. Story

> Netflix will introduce personalized user profiles this summer. Story

> Rovi will appeal patent ruling losses at the International Trade Commission. Story

> YouTube mobile ad sales spike. Story

> Facebook could build its own YouTube, analysts say. Story

Cable News

> Comcast demonstrated at The Cable Show how it could stream 4K, or Ultra HD programming to subscribers by installing PCs at cable headend facilities. Article

> One of the main challenges of TV Everywhere, cable executives said, is creating authentication methods that allow consumers to access the content they want on any screen, in or out of the home. Article

Wireless News

> Apple introduced a bevy of new software features for iOS 7 at its its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, including support for the Hotspot 2.0 standard. Story

And finally ... Apple's developer event lacked a major online video announcement but included a new verison of both iOS and Mac OS as well as a streaming music service. Check out the presentation here.

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