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Microsoft Research’s ‘DeLorean’ cloud gaming system can predict your next move

Cloud gaming may sound like little more than a marketing buzzword, but the idea of running games off of powerful servers and streaming them to small boxes under your TV is incredibly promising. You wouldn’t need to buy costly new consoles every five years, and you could play any game in seconds without running to the store or downloading a massive file. And everyone would be able to enjoy some of the best graphics around. There’s only one problem: it takes time for game feeds to make it from the servers to your living room, and that delay can make cloud gaming frustrating at best and impossible at worst.

Researchers at Microsoft think they’ve come up with the solution. They’ve designed new software called “DeLorean” that predicts what…

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Microsoft Research’s ‘DeLorean’ cloud gaming system can predict your next move

Cloud gaming may sound like little more than a marketing buzzword, but the idea of running games off of powerful servers and streaming them to small boxes under your TV is incredibly promising. You wouldn’t need to buy costly new consoles every five years, and you could play any game in seconds without running to the store or downloading a massive file. And everyone would be able to enjoy some of the best graphics around. There’s only one problem: it takes time for game feeds to make it from the servers to your living room, and that delay can make cloud gaming frustrating at best and impossible at worst.

Researchers at Microsoft think they’ve come up with the solution. They’ve designed new software called “DeLorean” that predicts what…

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Microsoft’s DeLorean is a cloud gaming system that knows what you’ll do next

When it works, cloud streaming video games can feel like a magical experience. Think about it: some remote server is pushing high-quality gameplay directly to your TV — through the internet! It’s a crazy, impressive achievement, but it’s still not…

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Microsoft’s DeLorean is a cloud gaming system that knows what you’ll do next

When it works, cloud streaming video games can feel like a magical experience. Think about it: some remote server is pushing high-quality gameplay directly to your TV — through the internet! It’s a crazy, impressive achievement, but it’s still not…

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NVIDIA Shield tablet review: a solid slate with a gaming addiction

NVIDIA’s Shield gaming handheld was a peculiar, singular device: an expensive Android portable aimed squarely at consumers that had already purchased high-end desktop GPUs. It was novel and fun, but it wasn’t for everybody: If you weren’t a gamer,…

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Activision’s dipping its toe into indie gaming with Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions

Activision creates and publishes a small group of blockbuster video games aimed at mainstream consumers. The world’s largest game publishing company handles some of gaming’s most culturally impactful titles: the Call of Duty franchise, this year’s…

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D&D For The Rich: Beautifully Crafted Gaming Tables

gaming-table.jpg These are some examples of the beautifully crafted wooden gaming tables designed and built by Geek Chic. The tables range in price from $ 2,500 – $ 16,000 and “have two surfaces – a removable top and a recessed playing area. You can customize the number of player stations, drawers and rails and pick from walnut, maple or cherry wood.” Plus you can get cup holders. Pretty sleek. I usually play board games at a folding table I set up in the kitchen. It might not be that fancy, but it’s infinitely easier to flip and start swinging at people when they beat me. GAME NIGHT’S F***ING OVER JERKS, NOW GET OUT AND I’M KEEPING YOUR BEER. Keep going for a bunch more shots of the possibilities.

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D&D For The Rich: Beautifully Crafted Gaming Tables

gaming-table.jpg These are some examples of the beautifully crafted wooden gaming tables designed and built by Geek Chic. The tables range in price from $ 2,500 – $ 16,000 and “have two surfaces – a removable top and a recessed playing area. You can customize the number of player stations, drawers and rails and pick from walnut, maple or cherry wood.” Plus you can get cup holders. Pretty sleek. I usually play board games at a folding table I set up in the kitchen. It might not be that fancy, but it’s infinitely easier to flip and start swinging at people when they beat me. GAME NIGHT’S F***ING OVER JERKS, NOW GET OUT AND I’M KEEPING YOUR BEER. Keep going for a bunch more shots of the possibilities.

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Xbox One BETTER WITHOUT KINECT! – Inside Gaming Daily

Kovic and Bruce talk about how the Xbox One is faster without Kinect. PS4 + PS Vita Bundle CONFIRMED? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txbXLecbyyM FOR MORE IN…

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Feedback Loop: DOS gaming and tech-themed vacations

In this week’s Feedback Loop, we fondly remember the golden age of Sega, recommend technology themed places to visit on a vacation, share tips for getting a good deal when switching carriers and talk about the first DOS games we ever played. Head…

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