Entries in 'cloud' (71)
Game streaming service OnLive will launch in the UK this autumn, the firm has confirmed.
Online retailer Amazon has stolen a march on Apple and Google by launching a cloud music service for PC, Mac and Android devices.
Sony has announced a brand new perk for members of its exclusive PlayStation Plus service – cloud storage for game saves.
Smartphone manufacturer HTC has made two strategic investments that could pave the way for mobile-based cloud gaming.
Sony could be the first to bring cloud gaming features to home consoles if the latest rumours are to be believed.
Gaikai has hired two new members to its executive team, bringing decades of experience with online games to the cloud gaming service.
OnLive has been granted the ‘cloud gaming’ patent its CEO had filed eight years ago.
UK retailers remain unconvinced of the value of cloud computing and 3D technology, despite the fact they have been two of the hottest topics in the tech industry this year ...
Cloud computing firm OnLive has made a major step towards addressing the single biggest complaints against the service so far – the price.
Cloud computing service OnLive will today finally begin taking orders for its TV-compatible micro console, with the first batches of the machine due to be shipped out on December 2nd.
One of the more questionable aspects of OnLive’s business strategy has been dropped with confirmation that the cloud computing provider will no longer ask users to pay a monthly subscription.
Microsoft has given attendees of the Technology, Entertainment and Design Global conference in Oxford the most detailed look yet at Kinect’s most exciting piece of software – Milo.
Famed developer David Perry has posted an image on his blog of an employee playing the PC-only MMO World of Warcraft on the Apple iPad.
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Legendary games developer and the creator of the Metal Gear Solid series Hideo Kojima has said that in time the games industry will move away from consoles and turn instead ...
Though many think that cloud gaming could be the dominant force in the next generation of gaming, one analyst has predicted that the failure of services such as OnLive to ...
A filing with the US' Securities and Exchange Commission has revealed that upcoming cloud gaming service Gaikai has received $5m in investment.
The cloud-based Gaikai service, which lets players enjoy traditional disk-based PC games through a browser without the need to install any files or own the physical media, is entering closed ...
The traditional console hardware cycle is broken – this we know. But veteran games developer Matt Spall yesterday went one further yesterday at the Develop Conference, claiming that we will ...
Industry veteran David Perry will no longer be showing his cloud gaming service, Gaikai, to the press at E3.
With Zeebo proposing that the future of gaming will bring about the end of disc-based media, an arguably even more exciting prospect dubbed OnLive threatens to end the gaming ...