Amazon’s set top box is slated for release around the holidays, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Rumors around the box have been swirling for a while and last we heard the system could be using a Qualcomm MPQ chip which is part of the Snapdragon processor line used in smart TVs and set-top boxes already in homes around the world. The box is said to make use of the firm’s Amazon Prime video streaming service, and will also run apps, play some Android games and stream music. The WSJ report states Amazon is currently in talks with various app developers and cable providers. Thanks, D’toid.
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