Entries in 'streaming' (46)
Sony has added some prices to its ongoing PlayStation Now streaming beta in North America.
A monthly subscription will be needed to access Sky Go on games consoles in the near future.
After a week of what has been the best PR it has received in years, Nintendo has closed E3 with a bit of a howler.
Video streaming service Twitch has added a new audio-only feature to its iOS app, the company has revealed.
Nvidia has added some important new functionality to its GeForce Experience software.
Nintendo has announced a new affiliate program for YouTube streamers.
The PlayStation Vita is no longer the only device that can stream PS4 games.
Services such as Netflix and Hulu will soon be free to access on Xbox One and Xbox 360, a new report has claimed.
Video streaming site Netflix has upped its UK subscription price by £1 to £6.99.
Cable boxes may soon be able to stream and play a range of EA titles in North America.
Ouya has launched its Playcast-powered cloud-based game streaming feature in beta this week, with Lego Batman 2 and Splinter Cell: Conviction now available to play on the service.
Big-hitting live video sites such as WWE, Ustream and MLB are trailing in the wake of the phenomenon that is Twitch.
Games video giant Twitch has finally opened a full European base on Carnaby Street in London.
The 4K revolution may be some way off, but Sony has revealed a range of devices that it hopes places it at the forefront of the technology.
There were 108,000 unique Twitch broadcasts from Xbox One in the first week since the streaming tech was patched onto the machine.
Microsoft has outlined the punishments it has in store for players who exhibit disruptive behaviour on Xbox Live.
SingStar is getting a rival on PS3.
Sony has detailed some significant new functionality being added to its Share button.
UK shoppers can from today officially get their hands on the Google Chromecast.
The in-development Amazon games console isn’t a console at all, a new report has claimed.
OnLive says its new business model will finally convince gamers that cloud gaming can work.
Twitch goes live on Xbox One tomorrow and Microsoft has released a video detailing exactly how it all works.
Accessing full titles via Sony’s upcoming streaming service could cost as little as $4.99.
Twitch has been named the official live streaming partner of E3.
Video streaming via Twitch on Xbox One has been found to be of better quality than on PS4.