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    In this article MSFTA gamer plays soccer title Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 on an Xbox console.Sezgin Pancar | Anadolu Agency via Getty ImagesMicrosoft is developing dedicated streaming hardware that people will be able to hook up to their TVs to use its Netflix-like cloud gaming service. The company is betting the future of video games will be a subscription-based model...
    Oil pipeline builder agrees to halt eminent domain lawsuits Officials push back against Florida governors lifting of COVID-19 restrictions Multiple email exchanges between Epic Games employees and outside sources were shared during the company’s ongoing lawsuit against Apple. Several of those exchanges have leaked internal plans and business models from other big companies like Sony, Microsoft, and now, multinational retail...
    Walmart’s unannounced cloud gaming service, codenamed Project Storm, has been detailed in new confidential emails. An exhibit in the Epic Games v. Apple trial reveals Walmart’s efforts to pitch its cloud gaming service to Epic Games and get Fortnite on board. “I played Walmart’s demo on an Android phone (with an Xbox controller) and the experience felt like playing on...
    Epic Games is holding back Fortnite from being available on Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service, according to a new deposition made public as part of the Epic case against Apple. The Fortnite developer views Microsoft’s xCloud service as competition to its PC offerings, and the company is deliberately not offering Fortnite on xCloud as a result. Joe Kreiner, Epic’s...
    Microsoft has started inviting Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to test its Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service on iPhones and iPads today. The service works through web browsers, allowing it to also run on PCs and Macs on Edge, Chrome, or Safari. We’ve managed to get an early look at this beta and see how Xbox Cloud Gaming works on...
    Indianapolis FedEx shooter bought two weapons used in killings legally last year despite FBI concerns Hunger-striking Navalny moved to prison hospital A blog post on Xbox Wire from Catherine Gluckstein, Vice President & Head of Product for Project xCloud, has today confirmed that Xbox Cloud gaming is coming to Windows and Apple phones and tablets in a beta form...
    You might not have to wait to try Xbox game streaming on your computer or Apple devices. Microsoft has revealed that it will begin inviting “select” Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to try the Cloud Gaming beta on iPad, iPhone and Windows 10 PCs starting on April 20th. You’ll need to use Chrome, Edge or Safari rather than a native...
    A customer plays on an Xbox xCloud device at the Microsoft store opening on July 11, 2019 in London, England.Peter Summers | Getty Images Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming service, previously known as xCloud, will begin rolling out in beta to iPhones, iPads and PCs this week. The service will be invite-only to start, Microsoft said in a blog post on...
    Amazon is adding a new streaming option to its Luna cloud gaming platform that will cap resolution at 720p to help improve stability for players on slower internet connections. Right now, Luna streams only at 1080p, with 4K coming at some point in the future. Yet even at 1080p, internet connections that struggle to keep up with the high...
    Industry-changing shifts are easier to spot in hindsight, long after hundreds of little decisions steered video games into a new epoch. The parallel rise of downloadable content, post-launch patches, and in-app purchases happened over years. Today is different. A significant amount of change is happening all at once, and you can see it in real time. On Friday morning, new...
    Microsoft is bringing backward compatibility to the cloud, allowing Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers to stream certain Xbox and Xbox 360 titles via the Xbox Cloud Gaming beta, the company announced Wednesday. This means that classics like Viva Piñata and The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion are now playable on Android smartphones and tablets. Sixteen titles are available to start, with...
    If you’ve ever felt the urge to replay early Xbox titles like the Perfect Dark series or The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind on your phone, rejoice! Microsoft announced today that it’s bringing 16 backwards compatible titles from the Xbox 360 and its original console to Xbox cloud gaming (the service we previously called xCloud). In many cases, you’ll even be...
    By Rodolfo León 0 COMMENTS 03/02/2021 7:30 pm Shuntaro Furukawa, CEO of Nintendo, has been very busy these last few months, doing all kinds of financial reports and detailing future plans for the Switch. However, the executive always has time for interviews, and a recent one with Nikkei reveals several important facts. It is well known that Nintendo...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums There is currently a lot of talk about gaming in the cloud and how things will change in the future, but it is also known that there is a lack of time for that to happen and perhaps there is a possibility that things...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums Little by little, the video game industry is preparing for an important change that could mark a before and after: distribution from the cloud. Although there is a lack of time and adequate conditions and infrastructure for this form of gaming to become massive,...
    Amazon’s head of Fire TV, Kindle, and its new Luna cloud gaming service departed the company this month. Marc Whitten has joined Unity as an executive on the company’s Unity Create business. Unity is a cross-platform game engine that many developers use to get their games running across multiple devices. Whitten’s departure, spotted by Matthew Ball on Twitter, comes less...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums Microsoft’s gaming division’s commitment to the future is focused on Project xCloud, a service that offers a gaming experience through the Azure cloud and that breaks down hardware barriers, allowing the user to play from a mobile device . Of course, there is still...
    Amazon joined Google and NVIDIA in the cloud gaming ring last year with the launch of Luna. However, with the service starting life in early access through a small invite-only trial in the US, rollout has been slow. But, four months after its launch, Luna is now taking another small step toward expanding its audience. As part of the latest...
    Amazon’s cloud-gaming service, Luna, is now available to try for free in the US on select Fire TV devices without an invitation, the company has announced. Luna launched in early access last year, as an invitation-only service. Originally, customers also needed an invite to buy the Luna Controller, but Amazon now says it’s available to everyone. Amazon’s FAQ says...
    The folks at Redmond continue to work on fine-tuning the experience with their various video game platforms. In addition to everything we saw with the new Xbox Series S and Series X, we also have the constant progress of their platform of titles in the cloud. And in this regard there are excellent news. The news that many of us...
    You don’t have to wonder what Xbox cloud gaming looks like on the web. The Verge has learned that Microsoft has started testing xCloud game streaming in browsers, and the experience will seem familiar if you’ve tried it on Android devices. A straightforward launcher both helps you fire up recent games and find new ones to play through your (necessary)...
    Yesterday, Stadia Vice President and General Manager Phil Harrison announced that the studios Google built to make games for the cloud gaming service would close. Jade Raymond, the star producer that Google wooed to lead the effort, would depart the company at the same time. In a blog post, Harrison said that Google remained committed to its cloud gaming platform...
    Microsoft is planning a series of news events over the coming months that will focus on categories like gaming, cloud, and Windows. The News Brig has learned that Microsoft is dedicating time to particular categories at a time when the pandemic has halted in-person events. Microsoft’s first event will take place later this week, focusing on what’s next for work...
    After fourteen months, Google has decided it doesn’t want to be a game company anymore. Where once it had its own cloud-based console, controller, and the promise of homegrown triple-A games, it no longer wants to build its own games as of today. And though a Google spokesperson emphasizes that the company continues to “remain committed to Stadia as a...
    We continue the announcements and virtual presentations of CES 2021 with HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, which has introduced the new additions to its award-winning gaming product line with products including the company’s first 60% TKL keyboard, a new controller charging accessory for Xbox Series X | S, and global expansion and availability of its latest mice and...
    Most major gaming peripheral companies have already introduced 60-percent mechanical keyboards, which are more compact than full-sized versions and have become trendy in recent years for aesthetic and size reasons. But at CES 2021, HyperX is finally following suit by debuting its first compact model called the Alloy Origins 60. There are fewer keys here than one of its full-sized...
    Parents in the 1980s wagged their fingers at their kids for getting figuratively sucked into video games. But maybe if more of those kids literally got sucked into video games, they’d have found them less compelling. That’s one theme for the new Scott Adkins VOD action movie Max Cloud, which has a player getting pulled into a game, Tron-style, and...
    When Amazon launched early access for Luna, it left Android users out in the cold and made the cloud gaming service available on Fire TV, PC, Mac and iOS devices. Now, the e-commerce giant has edited Luna’s compatible devices and browsers list to reveal that it now supports the Android platform, as well. Users will have to meet some minimum...
    Amazon’s cloud gaming service, Luna, is now available on Android, Amazon announced on Tuesday. Like the iOS version of Luna, there’s no separate Luna app to download — instead, you’ll access the service through the Chrome web browser. Amazon launched Luna in early access in October, where it was initially available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, and on iPhone and...
    Microsoft has confirmed its timeline for bringing its xCloud cloud gaming service to Apple’s iOS platform and to Windows PCs, with the company saying it will support iPhone, iPad, and PC starting in spring 2021. The News Brig reported in October that Microsoft was looking to bring xCloud to iOS via a mobile web app some time in “early 2021,”...
    Xbox Game Pass Ultimate users will be able to play games via the cloud on their Apple iOS devices come spring 2021, Microsoft announced Wednesday. The service was previously available on mobile for Android devices only. Microsoft said the service will be available on Apple iOS through the mobile web browser, circumventing the need for the App Store. Previously,...
    When Halo Infinite finally arrives next fall, you’ll be able to experience Master Chief’s latest adventure on your iPhone. Microsoft plans to make game streaming work on iOS devices through the web browser to bypass the byzantine App Store restrictions Apple placed on such services. Rival game streaming platforms Google Stadia, GeForce Now and Amazon Luna all run as web...
    Google’s cloud gaming platform Stadia turns a year old today, and soon, the service will be making its way to Apple’s iOS platform. Public testing for iOS will begin rolling out “several weeks from now,” Google announced Thursday, and like other cloud gaming services, will utilize a web app in order to bypass Apple’s onerous App Store rules. Stadia has...
    By Stephen Nellis and Supantha Mukherjee (Reuters) - Nvidia Corp and Epic Games on Thursday said they are working together to put video game "Fortnite" back on Apple Inc's iPhones in the "near future" as part of Nvidia's streaming game service. The popular game has been blocked on Apple's devices since August, when Epic introduced its own billing system. Apple...
    Google has quietly launched a killer deal for YouTube Premium members in the US and UK: free access to Stadia Premiere Edition, a $99 bundle that includes a Chromecast Ultra and Stadia Controller. Anyone with an active YouTube Premium subscription can claim a Stadia Premiere bundle here, and the only caveat is you’ll have to sign up for a free...
    Stadium is available for download on the Apple App Store again. The free fan-made browser gives you a way to play Stadia, Google’s cloud gaming service, on iPhones and iPads and was first released back in September. Unfortunately, Apple pulled the app down in October, telling developer Zach Knox that it’s because Stadium uses “public APIs in a manner not...
    Mike Tysons latest pre-fight training video is a 3-second clip displaying his stunning speed: Dont blink The best November deals for you to shop right now Fortnite is reportedly coming back to iPhones as part of Nvidias cloud gaming service Nvidia is looking to bring its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to Apple's Safari mobile web browser, according...
    BROOKLYN, NY - AUGUST 09: CEO of Epic Games Tim Sweeney speaks onstage during Samsung Unpacked New York City at Barclays Center on August 9, 2018 in Brooklyn City. Mike Coppola | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Fortnite could be about to return to iPhones and iPads — this time as part of Nvidia's cloud gaming service. The U.S. chipmaker...
    (Reuters) - Users of Apple Inc's iPhone and iPad could soon be able to play Epic Games's "Fortnite" game again via a cloud service, the BBC reported on Thursday. Chipmaker Nvidia Corp has developed a version of its GeForce cloud gaming service that runs in the mobile web browser Safari, the report said. (https://bbc.in/32jXJqy) Nvidia said it would not comment...
    Facebook has launched cloud gaming on its desktop site and Android app. A limited number of users were invited to try out free games without having to leave Facebook or download the game onto their devices. More than 200,000 people have already played the five available games: Mobile Legends: Adventure, PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, Asphalt 9: Legends, Solitaire: Arthur's Tale,...
    In addition, Facebook will be introducing “cloud playable ads” in the News Feed. These tiny demos will target people who rarely open the Gaming tab, or have forgotten that Facebook also offers playable games. Facebook says the ads will draw from a game’s native code and therefore be simple for developers to tweak. Cloud-playable ads.Facebook Cloud gaming will be limited...
    Facebook is the latest tech giant to get into the world of cloud gaming — but the company’s offering is quite a bit different than the competition. Unlike Amazon or Google, which both offer standalone cloud gaming services for a fee, Facebook is introducing cloud games to its existing app — several of which are playable right now. “We’re...
    Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Georgetown University in a 'Conversation on Free Expression" in Washington, DC on October 17, 2019.Andrew Caballero-Reynolds | AFP | Getty Images Facebook announced on Monday the launch of cloud gaming on its desktop website and Android app but said it's unable to bring the games to iOS due to Apple's "arbitrary" policies. Facebook's web and...
    Facebook is refreshing its aging gaming ecosystem, the company announced Monday. The social media giant is getting in on the cloud gaming trend, planning to use that technology to stream AAA free-to-play experiences directly to its users in browsers and on mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. In so doing, Facebook joins Google, Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia, and Amazon, all of...
    New York (CNN Business)Facebook is diving further into games, and announced Monday that it has launched cloud gaming on its mobile and desktop platforms. So far, the platform has four free games, including "PGA Tour Golf Shootout" and "Solitaire: Arthur's Tale," and the company says it will be adding more in coming weeks. Those games don't need to be downloaded,...
    AMAZON is giving early access to its cloud gaming service Luna. Some customers will soon receive an invitation to test it out. 2Luna is Amazon's upcoming cloud gaming serviceCredit: Alamy Amazon only announced its upcoming cloud gaming platform in September 24. Early access will be for US-based users only. They'll be able to test it on Fire TV, Mac, PC,...
    HyperX Specs Headphone • Driver: Dynamic, 53-mm with neodymium magnets • Type: Circumaural, Closed back • Frequency Response: 15-Hz to 20-kHz • Impedance: 60-Ω • Sound Pressure Level: 104-dBSPL/mW at 1-kHz • T.H.D.: ≤1-percent • Weight: 300-g • Weight With Mic: 309-g • Cable Length and Type: USB charge cable (0.5-m) Microphone • Element: Electret condenser microphone •...
    Stadium made headlines in late September because it offered an easy way for iOS users to play Stadia games, including support for Xbox and DualShock gamepads. Stadia is Google’s cloud-gaming service, offering a library of games to purchase and play without needing to download them, though it’s not available on iOS. Stadium, meanwhile, made it possible to access Stadia games...
    Google is launching a series of Stadia game demos that are truly free to play. Starting today, existing or new Stadia users will be able to play demos of Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Hello Engineer. These will be available for a week and won’t require a Stadia Pro subscription or even a form of...
    Gaming industry professionals, observers, and fans used to rhapsodize about the promise of cloud gaming as an inevitable game-changer for the video game business. For more than a decade, the idea of streaming the latest AAA games at their highest quality to whatever hardware you happen to own has been teased as technology that’s going to be huge. We’ve...
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