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Microsoft tests cloud gaming service using Lumia 520

Microsoft is in the process of building its own cloud gaming service not unlike Sony-owned Gaikai. The goal of the yet-unnamed project is to stream games to Windows devices including the PC and Windows Phone according to sources familiar with…

Cloud gaming coming to Samsung TVs this summer via Gaikai

Gaikai’s cloud gaming service is already available on several platforms including Facebook and LG televisions but they can soon add another client to their list: Samsung. Starting later this summer, Samsung Series 7000 units and Smart TVs will get the…

GeForce Grid will let you stream games on a Kepler-based GPU

We've already seen Nvidia's latest graphics architecture in action on standard gaming rigs, but the company shared some of Kepler's cloud-centric benefits during the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California today. Nvidia says that first-generation Fermi-based game servers, such…

Upcoming LG TVs will stream PC games with Gaikai

Gaikai, a video game streaming platform akin to OnLive, has announced a partnership that will allow it to deliver games to high-end TV owners. LG has agreed to add Gaikai's offerings to its products, including Cinema 3D TVs expected to ship later this year...

Gaikai launches cloud gaming service with four EA demos

It took a couple more months than originally expected but Gaikai's game streaming service is finally set to open its digital doors today. The new service resembles OnLive in that it will run games on remote servers and stream video…