Mar 21, 2013
tuCloud challenges Microsofta s OnLive service March 16th, 2012
In a press release titled " tuCloud publicly challenges OnLive with new cloud desktop platform ," the hosted virtual desktop provider announced its Desktops On Demand service, called Microsoft "patronizing and insulting," and even made a comment on the decision of OnLive, known as a cloud gaming company, to enter the virtual desktop market.
OnLive's Chairman: Expect "Great Things" in 2013
In August of 2012, the world's first cloud-based streaming video and gaming service OnLive went down in a massive, fiery blaze that could have rivaled the Hindenburg: most of the company's 200 employees were laid off, the assets went into a legal insolvency and screwed shareholders, and CEO and tech visionary Steve Perlman was shown the door after ... (more)
Not A Cloud In Sight
Some revolutions take time. Four years after OnLive and Gaikai intensified a discussion that had already been going for at least half a decade, the idea that the cloud will be a vital aspect of the industry's future has started to lose momentum.
Now Nvidia enters the Android console race
There's already a number of Android-based consoles on the way in 2013, including the Ouya and the GameStick.
LG brings sharper picture of its 2013 Google TV lineup launching at CES
After hinting in a Japanese press release that it'll out a bevy of new Google TV offerings in 2013, LG has firmed up the details, saying it'll launch seven new models at CES next January.