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Gaikai looking for a buyer

The cloud-streaming service will serve itself up to the tune of $500 million. Anonymous sources have told CNN Money that Gaikai is looking for a buyer. The cloud-streaming service has apparently already hired bankers and is looking for a purchase

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Gaikai partners with Wikipad tablet

Cloud gaming company Gaikai has signed a deal with tablet manufacturer Wikipad to integrate its streaming service into the device.The Wikipad is an Android tablet that offers glasses free 3D, a 1080p touchscreen and, in a nod to more hardcore

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Gaikai offers cloud based gaming on Facebook

Gaikai CEO David Perry said on Thursday that his company is now streaming PC games into Facebook via an app located here. For now, the beta service is currently only available to Facebook users locatedin North America and Europe, offering

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Gakai will bring Cloud-Game streaming to Facebook

Gaikai chief executive David Perry announced during the Cloud Gaming Europe conference today that the service will soon launch on Facebook. Perry also demoed World of Warcraft running via the social network. Facebook already owns the category of casual gaming,

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Gakai partners with LG

Gaikai will stream games to home TVs via a new LG Electronics deal – with products ready to launch this year. The smart TV cloud gaming service will be integrated into LG Cinema 3D TVs, allowing high-end games to be

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