News & Reviews: game streaming
Alienware introduces Concept Nyx, allows seamless transition of games streaming between multiple devicesJan 04, 2022
At CES 2022, companies don't just unveil upcoming products. It's also common to see some prototypes or concept technologies at the event. For this year, Alienware has something that's targeted at games streaming. The company calls it Concept Nyx.
Feb 16, 2021
We talked about Microsoft's xCloud before and in case you don't remember what is it - it's a gaming streaming platform that allows gamers to access online on a website. The company has been working on it for several months now and they are now having a test before sending out to the public.
Oct 20, 2020
A few weeks ago, it revealed that Microsoft was beta testing a new update to the Xbox app for iOS. If all went well, Xbox One owners will be able to access new features on their mobile devices. Now, the app is publically available on the Apple App Store for iPads or iPhones.
Sep 24, 2020
As far as Microsoft is concerned, the launch of its Xbox Series X next-gen console in November 2020 isn't the only part of its gaming business strategy. The company is banking a lot on its Xbox Game Pass and the xCloud games streaming platform to bring players in. But while xCloud isn't available on iOS, Apple may approve the new Xbox app for iOS.
Apr 20, 2020
When you hear Twitch, you probably recognize it as a streaming platform for gamers. But when it comes to Facebook, it's not really as popular as the former and this might be the reason why they are planning to launch a new gaming app on your smartphone. It doesn't have a name yet, officially. Here's what we know.
Feb 23, 2020
Although streaming games still hasn't really taken off due to the potential lag and such, it hasn't stopped people from trying it out. In fact, for something as new and unreliable as games streaming, it's impressive to see Nvidia GeForce NOW getting more than 1 million gamers signing up to the platform.
Aug 20, 2019
Clearly cloud based gaming is the future. Earlier today, Nvidia announced that their streaming service, the Nvidia GeForce NOW will be making its way to Android powered mobile devices. For those not in the know, the Nvidia GeForce NOW streaming service is a way for gamers to stream games from their game libraries on their mobile devices.