Following its failed venture in video streaming with the ill-fated Go90 service, Verizon is moving on to new streaming pastures. According to The Verge, the telecom giant is currently testing a cloud gaming service called Verizon Gaming with a small group of Nvidia Shield users. Testers have apparently each been given a free Nvidia Shield pre-loaded with the Verizon Gaming app, … [Read more...] about Verizon is testing a cloud gaming platform on Nvidia Shield
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Jan 14, 3:14 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Danny Vena 01/13/19 AT 9:53 PM Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) is well known as the leading online retailer, as well as being the undisputed champ in cloud computing. The company also is pursuing growth in digital advertising, streaming … [Read more...] about For Amazon’s Next Trick — A Cloud Gaming Service
At the very heart of the £110bn gaming market, the console wars have raged for decades. From the febrile 90s face-off of Sega v Nintendo -- with Sonic and Super Mario the unlikely generals of an often down-and-dirty scrap-- to the more recent three-way battle between Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, the battle for supremacy under the television has driven video games to … [Read more...] about Does cloud gaming mean game over for the home console?
Kevin Webb, provided by Published 3:18 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018 EA DICE Electronic Arts, the largest video game developer in the world, is the latest company to reveal plans for a cloud gaming platform. EA's Chief Technology Officer Ken Moss announced the new platform, Project Atlas, in a blog post on Medium. With a stable internet connection, Project … [Read more...] about Electronic Arts is getting in on the next big thing in video games with ‘Project Atlas,’ a cloud gaming service to take on Google and Microsoft (EA, GOOG, GOOGL, MSFT)
It’s been awhile since OnLive came out of stealth in 2009 and promised to disrupt the game consoles with a revolutionary cloud-gaming service, where games could be computed in data centers rather than on a user’s machine. That rosy future quite happen, and OnLive’s assets were acquired by Sony in 2015 and the service shut down. But the promise of disruption is … [Read more...] about Cloud gaming has potential, but its execution isn’t a breeze