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Microsoft Xbox executive Albert Penello said in a recent interview that the cloud servers that connect to the Xbox One could be used to stream games at some point in the future.
Sony has bought the streaming game service Gaikai for $380 million, as Sony looks to the cloud as a future way to distribute games. Sony hints that streaming game support is coming to its consoles.
The Gaikai streaming PC game service has announced a new partnership with Wikipad that will allow the upcoming portable gaming device to stream games from Gaikai.
The streaming game service Gaikai announced at CES 2012 this week that it has a new agreement with LG to provide streaming PC games to LG's Cinema 3D TV later in 2012.
In the business of streaming PC games, OnLive might be the biggest company but its biggest rival Gaikai is aiming to take a chuck of this growing market. Today Venture Beat reports that Gaikai has...