Rabbit ears meet the mouse

Fenton, Brian C.; DiMare, Paul
October 1996
Popular Mechanics;Oct96, Vol. 173 Issue 10, p86
Features Intercast, Intel's technology that allows broadcasters to send World Wide Web pages piggybacked on standard television signal. Pages written in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML); Insertion of the HTML data into an ordinary television signal in the vertical blanking interval (VBI); Sections of the Intercast browser screen.


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