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Best 5 Android-Exclusive Games

Best 5 Android-Exclusive Games
Many developers have either have difficulty with or are annoyed by passing Apple’s requirements and approval process for the iOS App Store.
Read more Mar 25 2014, 4:24pm CDT
 

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The Ouya Is Basically Dead

The Ouya Is Basically Dead
I’ve written many critical things of the Ouya, a $99 Android-based video game console that was funded on Kickstarter in...
Read more Mar 8 2014, 1:06pm CST
 

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Lego The Hobbit leads second wave of OnLive Steam CloudLift games, as sub price drops by half

Source: Pocket-lint.co.uk

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OnLive has added five new titles to its CloudLift games line-up, the subscription service that allows you to play games bought on Steam through the cloud on any compatible device. And that includes Android, through the OnLive app. ...
Full article at: Pocket-lint.co.uk 6 days ago, 11:00am CDT
 

Does Playstation Now Signal The End Of Consoles?

Does Playstation Now Signal The End Of Consoles?
It’s time to revisit an old saw. Hello, saw. How are you? It’s been a little while! Months, at least. Still predicting...
Read more Jan 8 2014, 10:31am CST
 

OnLive's CloudLift subscription price cut to £5 a month

Source: Eurogamer

OnLive has halved the price of its monthly subscription video streaming service CloudLift.CloudLift is now £4.95 a month in the UK and $7.95 in the US. In the UK it had cost £9.99.CloudLift, described as a kind of Dropbox for games, is a cloud gaming companion service that lets subscribers stream games they already own through any device with a browser - with access to cloud saving intact. There is no contra ...
Full article at: Eurogamer 6 days ago, 11:00am CDT
 

Microsoft Office for iPad is actually popular with 12 million downloads

Source: Med City News

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Remember when we told you Microsoft Office for iPad hit the number one spot in the app store after only 12 hours? Well, now it’s up to 12 million downloads only in the past week. Wowza. The launch of the suite of apps was rumored for a couple of years, and clearly the awaiting fans did not any time in downloading. Interestingly, Microsoft was not the first company to put the Office suite on the iPad. CloudOn is one such company, and it launched its version of Office for iPad two years ago, al ...
Full article at: Med City News Apr 3 2014, 5:22pm CDT
 

OnLive Asset Sale Brings Only $4.8 Million

OnLive Asset Sale Brings Only $4.8 Million
Someone got a pretty good deal
Read more Oct 10 2012, 10:54am CDT
 

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Nike's Air Jordan Bran Introduces Jordan XX9
Nike's Air Jordan Bran Introduces Jordan XX9
Nike's Air Jordan brand as introduced 29th iteration of its franchise called Jordan XX9. Air Jordan XX9 is the world’s first basketball shoe to be tailored for flight. It will hit store shelves in September at cost price of around $225.
 
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Mrs. Doubtfire Sequel about to Amuse Audiences
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Glen Campbell is not well at all. He has now been moved to an Alzheimer's care facility.
 

Amazon Fire TV vs Apple TV vs Roku: which is better?

Source: Tech Radar

The Amazon Fire TV has officially made the transition from rumored TV set-top box to app-streaming competitor today, as it ships to US living rooms via the online retailer's speedy Amazon Prime service.It instantly challenges the closed ecosystem of Apple TV, the still-budding app list of Google Chromecast and the scattered hardware attempts of the Roku Streaming Stick and Roku 3.That said, Amazon Fire TV ...
Full article at: Tech Radar Apr 2 2014, 8:01pm CDT
 

Amazon is about to make a box for your living room, and this is what its game controller looks like

Source: The Verge

Sarasota Film Festival 2013 - Screening: No One Lives
Images of an Amazon-branded game controller have leaked, all-but confirming the existence of an Amazon set-top box for your TV. The images were first posted by media blog Zatz Not Funny, and come from a Brazilian regulatory agency similar to the FCC. They depict a traditional-looking game controller with media control buttons at its bottom. It actually looks remarkably similar to the controller for OnLive, ...
Full article at: The Verge Mar 14 2014, 7:15am CDT
 

Ouya will have OnLive Gaming at Launch

Ouya will have OnLive Gaming at Launch
Will streaming video games be enough?
Read more Jul 27 2012, 1:00pm CDT
 


 

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