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Onlive is bankrupt – service continues

Before its closure and subsequent rebirth this week cloud gaming service OnLive was facing debts of between $30 and $40 million. That’s according to the Mercury News and Joel Weinberg, CEO of Insolvency Services Group, who is closely involved in the company’s

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Onlive coming to Ouya at launch

OnLive has penned a deal which will see its full service coming to the Ouya Android console at launch, bringing a catalogue of hundreds of games to the machine. Ouya will become another step in OnLive’s cross-platform functionality which allows

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Online and Marvell power Google TV cloud gaming

OnLive and integrated silicon solutions firm Marvell (not to be confused with comics company Marvel)today announced a partnership to bring the OnLive cloud gaming platform to Google TV devices. OnLive will specifically leverage Marvell’s ARMADA 1500 chipset to power the

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OnLive built into Vizios Google TV box

Vizio has announced the Co-Star, a Google TV-powered set top box for $99. The Co-Star contains normal Google TV functionality, with additional built-in apps including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and OnLive’s streaming game service. “Our focus to deliver the best

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OnLive breaks 200 games offered on service

OnLive hits milestone for PlayPack subscription service, hosts over 200 games for unlimited play. Cloud-gaming provider OnLive has hit a major milestone, offering 200 unique titles on the PlayPack subscription service. This service allows for unlimited play of any title

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OnLive on Google TV and offers Windows Streaming to Tablets

OnLive have taken this year’s CES 2012 to reveal that, not only are they bringing their game streaming platform to Google TVs, but that they’ve also perfected Windows desktop mirroring on Apple’s iPad too. First, the Google TV announcement. OnLive

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Onlive adds streaming to iOS and Android

Cloud gaming service OnLive is releasing a new app for iOS and Android over the next 24 hours that will stream playable PC games to smartphones and tablets. Rockstar Games has been enlisted to create a specific touchscreen interface for

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Online to launch in UK September 22nd

Cloud gaming company OnLive will launch its UK service at the opening of the Eurogamer Expo on September 22. (…) OnLive membership is free, and gives users access to demos, trailers and over a hundred games to rent or buy.

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Onlive iOS and Android App presented

announcing a Player app will bring internet-streamed gaming to the iPad and Android tablets this autumn. Just as we saw, the apps allow for tablets to be used as the screen and touch / motion controller, touch / motion controller

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Onlive adds social Features

Cloud gaming service OnLive has unveiled new social features to help it compete with well established online gaming platforms such as Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. All games sessions will now be automatically recorded, allowing users to select and edit

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