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Swarming over TV set-tops

Scientific-Atlanta lays out its ambitious set-top future, while General Instuments taps Spyglass for help in next-generation devices.

Scientific-Atlanta lays out its ambitious set-top future, while General Instuments taps Spyglass for help in next-generation devices. Meanwhile, analysts predict game machines will drive the set-top market.

SA taps digital TV plans
update Scientific-Atlanta lays out plans for helping cable networks bring digital television to its customers.

Spyglass, GI ink TV set-top pact
Under the three-year, $20 million joint venture, the firms will develop Net-based cable technologies and services.

TV set-tops set to take off
These advanced devices are poised for enormous growth over the next five years, led by the popularity of gaming machines.

Spyglass not down for count yet
Many analysts say the GI deal will give Spyglass the necessary clout to sell its vision and reach profitability.