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Cloud-gaming platform OnLive has announced plans to launch in the UK this Autumn.
OnLive has announced plans to integrate with Intel Atom-based TVs.
Google has announced its own cloud-based music service, although licencing issues abound.
Amazon has added Nvidia's Tesla GPUs to its EC2 cloud computing service, allowing on-demand CUDA.
Cloud-based Evernote has admitted that some users lost data as a result of a hardware failure.
Both Apple and Twitter have announced large, custom data centres to improve their online offerings.
Onlive CEO Steve Perlman has said Onlive is a great place to demo new games.
A survey has revealed that 64 percent of console gamers prefer physical copies.
Onlive launched in the US last week, allowing users to finally see how much per-game pricing was.
Skyfire has launched a beta of a new browser for Android that brings support for Flash video.
Onlive will launch on June 17th in the US, with prices revealed today too.
Silicon Knight boss Denis Dyack reckons that cloud computing is the best way forward for the games industry.
A list of compatible hardware has been released for Chromium OS, the open-source version of Google's cloud-based Chrome OS.
Google's netbook-oriented operating system, Chrome OS, has enjoyed an official launch event - and while it won't be shipping until next year, the code is already available.
OnLive, the cloud computing system for games, will apparently work with mobile phones too.
Nvidia has teamed up with rendering expert Mental Images to launch the RealityServer - a cloud-based 3D rendering platform featuring thousands of processing cores.
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.
Google has added support for the .docx and .xlsx formats used by Microsoft's Word 2007 and Excel 2007 to Google Docs - although PowerPoint 2007 support is still lacking.
He's biased, obviously, but the founder of OnLive is steadfast in his belief and assures cynics that OnLine will work.
February 28 2020 | 23:00
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