At Computex this week, Intel demoed streaming software by StreamMyGame which allows the latest and most hardware demanding PC games to be streamed and played remotely, with supposedly no compromise in gameplay. The chipmaker, of course, was touting one of its powerful microprocessors coupled with a fast WiMAX wireless broadband network.

While the streaming service is not new, the ability to play over broadband connections is. This means users will be able to access and play their games remotely on any PC or even a mobile device via broadband – provided you have a high-spec PC at home, of course. StreamMyGame is compatible with all Windows games and can stream to both Windows and Linux. To see more you can watch the webcast of Intel’s keynote online.