• Microsoft Shows How Its xCloud Game Streaming Service Would Work On Android

    9 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Microsoft has revealed that the public trials for its Project xCloud streaming gaming service would begin later this year, although no specific time frame was given. The company's Gaming Cloud Corporate Vice President, Kareem Choudhry, recently blogged about the progress the company has made since first unveiling it back in October. Additionally, he also demoed the gaming streaming service during the company's Inside Xbox event.
    Currently, Xbox games can be played on PC as well as consoles, thanks to Xbox Play Anywhere. The Project xCloud is the extension of that idea and would enable...
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  • New report says AirPods 2 and new iPads are about to be released

    New report says AirPods 2 and new iPads are about to be released

    9 days ago - By BGR

    Apple a few days ago sent out invites for a March 25th press conference where the company is widely expected to unveil its own Netflix-like video streaming product. Services may be the focus of the upcoming keynote, but Apple is also expected to introduce new hardware soon, including the new AirPods 2 wireless headphones, the AirPower universal wireless charger, and a couple of affordable iPads, the iPad 7 and iPad mini 5. It's unclear, however, whether all of these devices will be unveiled during the media event, but a new report suggests the launch of new iPads and AirPods is...
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  • Steam Link Anywhere lets you stream games from, well, anywhere

    Steam Link Anywhere lets you stream games from, well, anywhere

    9 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Valve just announced that its Steam Link Anywhere software is now in open beta testing on Android, Raspberry Pi and Steam Link devices. As a software successor to the original Steam Link hardware that Valve killed off at the end of last year , Steam Link Anywhere allows you to stream any game from your Steam library to whichever of those aforementioned devices you choose. Keep in mind you'll need strong enough internet signal for both the home PC and whichever device you're streaming to for the whole setup to work. Before Valve killed it off at the end of last year, the Steam Link was the...
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  • Google hosting developer sessions with Ubisoft and id Software after GDC keynote

    Google hosting developer sessions with Ubisoft and id Software after GDC keynote

    9 days ago - By 9to5Google

    Earlier this week, Google heavily teased its Tuesday keynote at the Game Developers Conference. After the event, which should see a streaming service and possibly hardware , Google will be hosting developer sessions featuring Doom-creator id Software and Ubisoft, among others.
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  • Steam Link Anywhere lets you take your PC gaming with you

    Steam Link Anywhere lets you take your PC gaming with you

    9 days ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / This kind of streaming setup now works anywhere with a good enough Internet connection, not just in the house.
    In a major expansion to its years-old in-home game-streaming efforts , Valve announced today that Steam users can now stream games from their PC gaming libraries to devices outside the home as well.
    The Steam Link Anywhere program, launched in beta today, lets users stream games from "any computer running Steam" to:
    Any other computer running Steam
    Any mobile device running the Steam Link app
    Any Steam Link hardware box
    The only requirements for today's "early beta...
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  • Valve's New 'Steam Link Anywhere' Service Streams PC Games to Mobile Devices, Excluding Apple's

    Valve's New 'Steam Link Anywhere' Service Streams PC Games to Mobile Devices, Excluding Apple's

    9 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Valve today announced an expansion of its game-streaming app Steam Link, now named Steam Link Anywhere .
    The original Steam Link app let users stream PC games on Steam to a mobile device within their home, but Steam Link Anywhere lets users stream games from their PC to any compatible device with internet service, excluding Apple devices.
    Apple rejected the original Steam Link app due to "business conflicts," while the app went on to see a release on Android.
    The upgraded Steam Link Anywhere will now only be available on Android, Raspberry Pi, and Steam Link hardware, starting today as an...
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