We haven’t heard much about OnLive lately since that report about the first buyers of Galaxy Note 4 getting free access to OnLive gaming. That was back in October last year and looks like things haven’t been pretty
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released tomorrow in the United States and the anticipation is building up. As early as now, a lot of Android fans have expressed excitement over the latest phablet from the South Korean giant.
OnLive is live again and this time it is expanding its reach with CloudLift. Rather than limiting yourself to playing streamed games, this new subscription-based service allows you to download games when possible and stream them
As exciting as a service like Onlive is for mobile gamers, its utility for more complex games is diminished somewhat by the limitation of translating a control scheme designed for a device with dozens of buttons and dual
As surprisingly utilitarian as Android tablets are becoming, there’s still a few things you’ve just gotta have a desktop for. Or do you? OnLive already allows access to top-of-the-line PC gaming over the Internet via
Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play seems tailor made for online streaming service OnLive: it’s small, portable, with a wide screen and – most importantly – a built-in PlayStation-style game pad. These facts may
The way OnLive actually works is it streams gaming content straight from their cloud to your PC – and now that their application is compatible with Android and iOS they’re about to completely change gaming expectations.
The second main keynote at this years Uplinq 2011 was all about HTC. They started off with comments about NFC, the cloud, and the start of 4G. They quickly led into some more exciting topics such as HTC Watch and the new