Entries in 'gaikai' (41)
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.
Industry veteran and Gaikai founder Dave Perry has warned that while Valve’s Steam network is obviously a very appealing proposition for publishers, companies should be careful about handing over their ...
Notable developer Dave Perry has announced that Gaikai entered open beta on Sunday.
Gaikai, the innovative and disruptive cloud gaming service, is close to securing a landmark deal with “a USA gaming site”, the company’s co-founder has told MCV.
Luminaries from some of the most innovative and important companies in the games market have been confirmed for the London Games Conference on Thursday, November 4th.
Analysts EEDAR warn that the days of social gaming may be over, with Cloud Gaming set to take its place.
EA has become the first publisher to sign up to Gaikai’s streaming video games service that will allow users to play high-spec titles via any web browser.
Cloud gaming service Gaikai is heading to E3 one step closer to phase-one launch – but the company behind the revolutionary tech is aiming to expand the business fast.
This year’s launch of online streaming service Gaikai will offer publishers and retailers a chance to outdo each other on the emerging digital battleground.
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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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 ...
David Perry has revealed he is eager to see the cloud-computing service Gaikai available on consoles, and thinks Nintendo would benefit from the service in particular.
Industry veteran David Perry will no longer be showing his cloud gaming service, Gaikai, to the press at E3.