OnLive moves past cloud gaming to cloud computing
0. phoneArena posted on 10 Jan 2012, 12:55
So far, OnLive has been putting most of its efforts towards cloud gaming, where it offloads the processing power needed to run a game to its servers and just gives you what you need: the video, sound and controls...
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1. downphoenix posted on 10 Jan 2012, 13:19 0
certainly cant be worse than Citrix, we use Citrix at work and its terrible, buggy and crashes a lot.
3. downphoenix posted on 10 Jan 2012, 13:53 0
Im sure it will come soon, their game streaming app is already on Android have you tried it yet?
4. squeeb posted on 10 Jan 2012, 19:46 0
I have. Its pretty neat to be able to just chill and watch someone game via an app like that.
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