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Cloud gaming outlet OnLive has halved the price of its CloudLift service to under £5.
OnLive says its new business model will finally convince gamers that cloud gaming can work.
With a new-look management team and two new business models, we find out why OnLive says it's ready to win over gamers.
OnLive has revealed its new-look management team ahead of the service’s re-launch today.
OnLive re-launched itself today, but what does the new service really mean? MCV explains all
Cloud gaming specialist OnLive has relaunched itself with two major new business models that it believes will finally win over gamers.
Cloud gaming specialist OnLive is the latest firm to pledge their support to this year's MCV Awards.
The new chairman of streaming games firm OnLive has criticised the press for what he says was misrepresentation of OnLive’s “restructuring” last year.
LG and OnLive have announced a partnership that sees the cloud gaming service pre-installed on all LG Smart TVs in its G2 series.
What a difference a year makes.
This week's MCV is now available to download - and it features our interview with OnLive about how the cloud gaming firm is recovering from bankruptcy.
The collapse of cloud gaming company OnLive is more than simply a tale of over-reaching ambition – it’s also the tale of one man losing his grip on his company.
Previous reports that said OnLive founder Steve Perlman would stay with the beleaguered firm are false - he's leaving.
Serving OnLive CEO Steve Perlman will hold onto his position at the company despite its recent collapse and rebirth.
UK telephone and internet provider BT has said that it believes its 2.6 per cent stake in troubled cloud gaming firm OnLive will probably be written off.
Existing OnLive investor Lauder Partners has been revealed as the new owner of the cloud gaming company.
The truth about OnLive's demise will take time to emerge – but already a solid picture is being formed.
After a night of wild rumour and corporate denials, the demise of OnLive in its current form has been confirmed.
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.
OnLive has confirmed it will launch its streaming games service on the much talked about Ouya Android games console.
Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida has admitted that cloud gaming could very well play a part in PlayStation’s immediate future.
Cloud gaming provider OnLive has not given up hope of its iOS app going live – despite submitting it to Apple six months ago.
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.
In a move that will rock the next generation of console gaming, Sony is close to agreeing an acquisition of a high profile cloud gaming firm, MCV understands.