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Cloud streaming service Gaikai will allow the streaming of a select number of PS3 games on the PS4 from the start of 2014.
Fresh rumours suggest that Microsoft will use tonight’s Xbox reveal to announce a fresh drive toward cloud gaming.
Justin.tv owned gaming video service Twitch has posted some very impressive numbers for February 2013.
There is just no stopping GAME.
The PlayStation 4 will go on sale for at or above ¥40,000, a new report claims.
The Android console sector just got serious with the announcement of a new competitor from PC component juggernaut Nvidia.
Traditional gaming has held its own in the face of increasing opposition this generation – but its stiffest challenge may be yet to come.
Nintendo’s American Wii U launch will boast a big plus not seen here in the UK – streaming video service TVii.
Component giant AMD has invested in cloud gaming specialist CiiNOW.
Cloud gaming has taken a significant step into the present thanks to a new initiative from Japanese publisher Square Enix.
Streaming games company OnLive has been forced to publicly deny reports that it is on the brink of closure.
Streaming games service OnLive has officially launched in Belgium.
Confirming MCV's exclusive report last month, Sony has acquired cloud gaming firm Gaikai for $380m.
Supermarket giant Tesco has acquired a 91 per cent stake in Milton Keynes based streaming music service We7.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that cloud gaming could very well play a part in PlayStation’s immediate future.
Following on from Part 1 yesterday, MCV continues its discussion with Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida.
Cloud gaming provider OnLive has not given up hope of its iOS app going live – despite submitting it to Apple six months ago.
Gaikai boss David Perry has denied that his company is in talks with Sony over either a streaming games deal or a takeover.
OnLive has claimed that it has “millions of subscribers worldwide”, but has once again decided not to reveal the number of gamers paying to use its service.
Microsoft’s E3 2012 press conference is very nearly here, and you can watch every second live on MCVuk.com.
Sony may not be the only platform holder to announce a streaming content strategy at E3 this week.
Sony will strike a deal with OnLive or Gaikai at E3 next month for PlayStation cloud gaming, according to reports.
Roku, a leading TV and games streaming company, has joined forces with Gem for its UK debut.
A new content streaming device called Nasne is on the way from Sony.