Entries in 'streaming' (53)
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.
Xbox One will offer integrated Twitch video streaming from next month.
The company known as Justin.tv has been rebranded as Twitch Interactive.
Sony’s upcoming streaming games service PlayStation Now “is a joke” according to outspoken US analyst Michael Pachter.
Sony might not be the only firm planning to introduce its own cloud gaming service.
An army of purpose built PS3 consoles is being amassed for the launch of PlayStation Now, it is being claimed.
Britain’s broadband is more than capable of offering on-demand gaming, MCV has been told.
Core Online, the HD streaming games service from Square Enix, has been shut down.
The rise of Twitch isn't new to anyone in the games industry. But the latest numbers are simply astronomical.
Wrestling fans will soon be able to stream WWE content directly through their consoles.
Sony has laid down a benchmark for the internet connection quality needed for a decent streaming games experience with PlayStation Now.
Could 2014 be the year that streamed PS3 games arrive on PS4?
The Share button on PS4 has proven a big hit with users.
Microsoft has confirmed that gameplay streaming via Twitch will not be available on Xbox One at launch.
AppStream is the name of a brand new streaming mobile games service that is on the way from online retailer Amazon.
Consumers are switching off their TVs to watch gamers play the latest releases on the platform, says Twitch.
It’s looking unlikely that Microsoft will bring Xbox 360 backwards compatibility to Xbox One via its Cloud computing services.
Video broadcasting platform Twitch has struck a new partnership with Mojang to make it easier to stream Minecraft videos.
Streaming games TV service Twitch has announced a further $20m worth of investment.