Posts Tagged ‘gaikai’
Here’s a surprising move, Sony has just announced a finalized agreement to acquire cloud gaming service Gaikai for a whopping $380Million USD. With this acquisition, SCE will establish a cloud service and expand its network business by taking full advantage of Gaikai’s revolutionary technology and infrastructure including data centers servicing dozens of countries and key […]
This isn’t really a surprise if you saw the recent GDC keynote, but now Samsung and Gaikai have officially announced a partnership to bring Gaikai’s impressive internet streaming games to Samsung Televisions as a new “Samsung Cloud Gaming” service, without the need for special hardware. Samsung will utilize Gaikai’s open cloud platform to launch game […]
Haven’t heard much from Gaikai lately, but one of their head honcho’s (David Perry) posted a picture on his blog showing Blizzard’s “World of Warcraft” running on his new iPad via Gaikai. Some doubters question its authenticity: While the screenshot is amazing, there are doubts to its credibility since iPad’s browser doesn’t support Flash. Unfortunately […]
First OnLive, and now Gaikai have entered limited betas. While OnLive is targeting the US first, Gaikai is heading for Europe. “Gaikai is all about reaching a massive audience, so we are embracing Europe right away.” Europe first, America next. “After we choose the hardware configuration in Europe, our next phase will be our USA […]
A live video demonstration of the Gaikai online gaming service is now online, and the results are impressive.
Similar to recently announced OnLive, Gaikai does something very similar by streaming MMO’s played on high-end server-side computers to a low-end client. But, unlike OnLive, does it with a simple Flash-widget in a webbrowser. Gaikai is a revolutionary new technology that lets you play any game online in your browser. In the age of the […]