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Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

By 2 September 2014

After announcing that its Philips TVs will come with Spotify Connect from the box, TP Vision has also signed a partnership with cloud gaming service OnLive. All new models of Philips TVs powered by Android will come with the OnLive application pre-installed.... >>

OnLive and Wikipad team for triple-A tablet gaming with the Android controller

OnLive and Wikipad team for triple-A tablet gaming with the Android controller

By 18 June 2014

OnLive has announced a partnership with Wikipad to incorporate compatible gaming controls to the cloud service's streamed titles. That means games like Batman: Arkham City, Saints Row IV, Grid 2 and Dead Island will all be playable on a Wikipad Android... >>

Want to turn your iPad mini into a giant PS Vita? Now you can with the Gamevice

Want to turn your iPad mini into a giant PS Vita? Now you can with the Gamevice

By 18 June 2014

Wikipad, the company that makes its own gaming tablet and encompassing gamepad controller, has announced a new device that works with iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display. The Gamevice clips either side of one of Apple's smaller-sized tablets,... >>

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

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

By 11 April 2014

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. The new games include... >>

What is OnLive and why should you give it a second chance?

What is OnLive and why should you give it a second chance?

By 5 March 2014

OnLive has returned, refreshed and reinvigorated. It has a new management team, different business model and price plan, and the whole service has been given more than just a lick of paint. There's certainly enough for you to give it a second try if you... >>

OnLive: iOS is coming, but we have to get the technology right first

OnLive: iOS is coming, but we have to get the technology right first

By 5 March 2014

OnLive still plans to introduce an iOS portal for its cloud gaming service. It claimed to be working on an iPad and iPhone application when it announced the Android version at the tail end of 2011, but as the months dragged on, the app failed to appear.... >>

OnLive is back and this time it's brought Steam along for the ride

OnLive is back and this time it's brought Steam along for the ride

By 5 March 2014

Cloud gaming service OnLive has relaunched after several years of dormancy and the new subscription plan will intrigue Steam users and those who like to buy physical copies of games. Along with a new menu system and cleaner interface, the refreshed OnLive... >>

OnLive now playable directly through LG G2 Google TVs

OnLive now playable directly through LG G2 Google TVs

By 16 November 2012

OnLive, the cloud gaming service, has made its biggest step since rising from the ashes as a new company after its money woes in August this year. It is now available on LG G2 model Google TVs in the US, with future Google TVs from the Korean manufacturer... >>

OnLive boss gets the heave-ho after all

OnLive boss gets the heave-ho after all

By 28 August 2012

Only a matter of days after sending an open letter to the OnLive community claiming that co-founder Steve Perlman was to remain as CEO of the troubled cloud gaming service, OnLive has given him the boot after all. In a statement released by Gary Lauder,... >>

OnLive says it's business as usual, with CEO staying on after recent woes

OnLive says it's business as usual, with CEO staying on after recent woes

By 24 August 2012

OnLive is dead, long live OnLive! A new company has risen from the ashes of OnLive's recent collapse admid reports that it was $30-$40 million in debt, and will continue with the OnLive name. A new backer has been found and the company has been swift... >>


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