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In a gaming scene becoming increasingly dominated by downloads, rentals, and taking small but steady steps to the cloud, GameStop is developing a service that will keep the gaming retailer giant relevant. Customers will soon have the option to purchase cloud access to a select library of games. When purchasing
If by now you have not heard that full console games are going to be playable on the iPad (and Android tablets) through a certain cloud gaming service that processes games remotely while streaming video of the game to any compatible devices, then you have not been keen in your
When Nintendo introduced its follow-up to the incredibly successful Wii console, titled Wii U, it brought current-generation graphics and a controller that is only unique in the console industry. Nintendo is still betting that the controller, dominated by a 6.2″ resistive touch-screen surrounded by traditional buttons and motion sensors, will
No longer will tablet gamers be confined to the capabilities of (increasingly improved) mobile hardware for games. OnLive is finally going to bring its on demand cloud gaming service to tablets in a playable form. A concept/demonstration OnLive Viewer app has been available on the iPad for months, but it’s
For a limited time everyAir, one of my App Store favorites, is free. The developers of everyAir set off to do something quite ambitious – design an app that would allow users to play PC/Mac games on their iOS devices. That is exactly what they accomplished over time and quite
According to MacRumors, Apple has seeded iPhone 2.2 Beta 1 to developers. The build is being seeded for "compatibility testing" and there is no mention of new features or changes in this build. A new beta build of the iPhone SDK (build 9M2611) has been seeded alongside the OS X iPhone beta. It is possible that Apple is including the highly anticipated push notification service which will allow developers to send out notifications similar to the way SMS notifications appear now.