Posts Tagged ‘Gaming’

Sulon Launches The Cortex Developer Kit To Start Building Holodeck Gaming Software

Virtual reality is bound to be a part of the future of gaming, and Toronto-based Sulon Technologies is debuting their own take on this exciting space at GDC in San Francisco. Their Cortex gaming platform is a fully immersive gaming experience, that turns any physical space into essentially a holodeck, using a spatial scanner, a processing unit, and a visor mount that plugs into any smartphone to… Read More

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NVIDIA says most laptops die after 50 minutes of gaming, claims new GPUs will double that

Thanks to the appearance of a curiously thin MSI gaming laptop at CeBIT a few days ago, we had an inkling that NVIDIA’s new batch of laptop GPUs were inbound. Indeed, the 800M series has just become official, with a number of features geared toward…

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Google buys an Android gaming platform, possibly with a set-top box in mind

Green Throttle Games was late to the Android gaming platform party, and paid the price for it — the company effectively wound down at the end of 2013. However, its efforts may not have been in vain. Google has confirmed to PandoDaily that it has…

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OnLive Brings On New Executive Chairman And Launches New Cloud Gaming Features

OnLive is still trying to bring gaming to the cloud despite a rocky last couple of years. Today, the company announced significant new services and the appointment of a new Executive Chairman. Meet Mark Jung, the new Executive Chairman of OnLive. He is the co-founder and former CEO of IGN where he took the company public in 2000, then private in 2003 and eventually lead its sale to News Corp. in… Read More

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Japanese cable provider launches on-demand gaming service, will stream Sonic and PES titles

Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming game service is still months away from launch, but Japanese cable company KDDI is testing the idea with the app-based GameNow service, through cable. It’s the same company responsible for LG’s Smart TV game service,…

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Recommended Reading: Jawbone on the rise and the indie gaming bubble

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology in print and on the web. Some weeks, you’ll also find short reviews of books dealing with the subject of technology that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the…

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Apple TV Adding Gaming, Cable?

Rumors are swirling following a website promotion for the Apple TV. Gaming and cable control are two features reports say could be offered new device.

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Blizzard to fund competitive gaming at the college level

The world of competitive gaming revolves around young players, but it’s not always easy for them to participate — many of them are college students without the resources to host large tournaments. They’ll soon get a helping hand from Blizzard,…

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Nintendo’s strategy to save its gaming kingdom: DS virtual console on Wii U, GamePad focus, on-demand service

It’s been tough times for Nintendo. Its Wii U console has sold, in a year, 5 million units. Sounds decent enough, until you realize that’s roughly the same number as both the PS4 and the Xbox One — both on sale for mere months. Nintendo kicked off a …

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CyberpowerPC stuffs full-size graphics into a tiny gaming desktop

Not interested in buying a Steam Machine this year, but still want a tiny gaming PC? Never fear — CyberPowerPC has just released the Zeus Mini, its latest take on a conventional small computer with full-sized performance. The system is just 4.4 …

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