The Verge is reporting that OnLive, the popular cloud-hosted gaming service, has shut its doors. This is sad news for all of the upcoming Android gaming devices that were going to support the service, such as Ouya and Vizio’s Co-Star devices.
As of the time of this posting, the official website mentions nothing ... Read More »
Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony are all working on next-gen gaming consoles, but it’s already inevitable that the next great gaming platform is the cloud. By the end of this year, a number of Android devices will be able to stream flagship console games and the experience will feel just like you are playing a game console ... Read More »
OnLive has been around for a couple years now delivering console level gaming on lower end hardware by offloading most of the hard work to OnLive’s servers and then just streaming it to your device. The catch of course is that you need a pretty fast connection (at least 5 Mbps) to make it run ... Read More »
Cloud gaming on Android is going to get a shot of adrenaline later this year. Today at the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced that their new Kepler chip was the world’s first GPU for cloud computing and it would be powering Gaikai‘s multi-platform gaming service.
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Tonight OnLive announced that their cloud gaming service has finally launched in the Android Market. The service allows you to buy or rent the hottest console and PC games then stream them to any device including PC, Mac, TV and now tablets and smartphones. The OnLive Android app is free and users who ... Read More »
Roughly two months after its release, Google+ has become a serious competitor in the social space. Google’s version of what a social network should be reached 25 million unique visitors in just over a month, making it the fastest growing social networking service ever. As far as social products made by ... Read More »
Qualcomm just announced the acquisition of certain IP assets from GestureTek, a company working on gesture recognition technology. It’s not clear at this point exactly which assets Qualcomm has acquired, but the company did say the acquisition gives them access to gesture recognition technology, as well as “key engineering resources.”
GestureTek, which has ... Read More »
A few days ago, we told you OnLive was bringing its video gaming service to Android devices later this year. Coincidentally, there was a little something going on this week called E3 where the company unveiled all the details–and then some–about its Android app.
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