LiquidSky to launch free-to-play cloud gaming platform
Teases 'GeForce PC in the Cloud', too.
Looks to diversify away from gaming.
Projects to a virtual display.
New massive driver package including Radeon ReLive for game recording and streaming.
Live from today on compatible devices.
No separate box required.
Looks to bolster its Xbox division.
Dives into streaming's effects.
Not all streamers to benefit, though.
In-game access to CWL streams.
Fan Funding a la Patreon, too.
Part of the Firmware 3.00 update.
500GB of storage for heavy gamers.
New rules don't last long.
Aims at gamers with low-latency promise.
Streaming tech promises high performance.
Cracks down on potential infringement.
Microsoft has demonstrated a game streaming service to bring Xbox games to Windows-based devices in an internal meeting.
New connection will be excellent news for Dota 2 followers.
One-year project led to 14-hour work days.
Microsoft's streaming music service will launch later this month at the same time as Windows 8.
Cloud gaming company OnLive is branching out into the professional realm with OnLive Desktop.
Nvidia has hinted to Bit-Gamer that it is experimenting with game streaming technology.
Can you really get 1080p HD video playback for £33? We find out.
Onlive will launch on June 17th in the US, with prices revealed today too.
With GBs of video and audio, and more than one PC per house, home networking is becoming increasingly common. So common that Microsoft thinks you need a server in your cloakroom - we look at the first Asus Windows Home Server to see if it delivers networking Nirvana.
OnLive, the cloud-based gaming system, has entered public beta.
Playcast has launched an new games-on-demand system that could rival Onlive, but which is only available in Israel.
This week we headed along to the CEDIA Expo 2009 at the Excel centre in London to take a look at the latest innovations in home theatre, AV and home automation technology. Waiting for us were programmable bathtubs, £6,000 Blu-ray players and a 103in Plasma TV - read on to find out more!
Microsoft may not be that far away from replicating the OnLive streaming service it seems, though it isn't promising anything yet.
New Sony trademark could hint at competition for OnLive streaming service.
The Mozilla Foundation has put the Wikimedia Foundation in charge of a $100,000 grant to improve the Ogg Theora and Vorbis media codecs.
Video streaming service Netflix has announced that it's extending support to non-Windows OS' via Microsoft's Silverlight software.
Mininova has begun a closed beta for a new service that allows users to stream videos via BitTorrent instead of waiting for them to download.
No, it's not a website that moves around: YouTube has launched a version of its popular web-streamery for mobile phones.