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xCloud, Microsoft is testing 1080p streaming

Microsoft has officially begun a testing phase to further increase the resolution supported by xCloud to 1080p. According to reports from Windows Central, a source who remained anonymous (but believed to be very reliable) recently shared some ...
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xCloud will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021

xCloud expands and arrives on new platforms: Microsoft has announced that its streaming game service will arrive on PC and iOS in Spring 2021. The confirmation came directly on the site ...
Stadia

Stadia allows you to stream games directly to YouTube

The integration between Stadia and YouTube was one of the features that Google promised at the launch of its cloud gaming service. An ambitious project that included the possibility of broadcasting their matches live ...
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Twitch removes "Blind Run" tag

In Internet 2.0 it is difficult to please everyone, especially when you go beyond linguistic boundaries. A word can mean A for one person and B for another with the latter who may feel offended by its use. And ...

El Cid - Review

El Cid is a new Spanish series produced and distributed by Amazon Prime, coming to Prime Video on December 18th. The show tells the fictional story of Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, a well-known fighter ...
Napster

Napster changes ownership for $ 70 million

Napster, somewhat symbolic of a way of "living" the internet in the first decade of the new millennium, currently has a new owner. The company, now reduced to a branch of RealNetworks dedicated to streaming content ...
Apple

Apple has filed a patent for cloud gaming

The Patently Apple site reported the registration, which took place on February 6 this year, of a new patent by Apple. The project is about video game streaming and has been made public ...

Shroud is officially back on Twitch

It's official: Shroud is back on Twitch. The famous streamer returns to the Amazon streaming platform, abandoned just under a year ago following the signing of an exclusive agreement with Mixer. With...
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Tencent ready to launch Trovo, its streaming platform

Entering the world of live streaming is undoubtedly a risky choice, especially considering that we are dealing with a giant like Twitch. One example is Mixer, the attempt ...
Curon

Curon - Review

Curon is an Italian series written for eight (!) Hands by Ezio Abbate, Ivano Fachin, Giovanni Galassi and Tommaso Matano, produced and distributed by Netflix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRnxNDQ-kYo Curon opens with a flashback: a shocked girl watches the killing ...

Upload - Review

Upload is the new creation of Greg Daniels, already among the creators of: The Office (USA), King of the Hill and Parks and Recreation; who also personally wrote and directed several episodes between ...
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GeForce Now, Xbox Game Studios and Warner Bros titles also removed

Bad news for GeForce Now owners: more games will be removed from the catalog starting April 24 and these are quite significant defections. Leaving the game streaming service will be ...
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Valorant, record of views on Twitch

Riot Games has announced that Twitch streaming events dedicated to Valorant have broken several records. There are 34 million total hours that users have viewed. Plus the new title from the creators of ...

Disney + reaches 50 million subscribers

Disney + managed to reach 50 million members in just over six months, an even more significant result considering that it arrived in Europe a few weeks ago, in France even from ...
Project xCloud Xbox

Project xCloud, registration for the Italian trial version is open

Microsoft has formalized the opening of registrations for the trial version of Project xCloud also for Italian players. From this moment it is in fact possible to register to be selected later and be among the first ...

Amazon ready to launch its streaming game platform later this year

Amazon's streaming gaming platform should see the light by the end of this year, although there may be delays due to the Coronavirus. As reported by the New York Times, the company ...

Halo Infinite, some campaign spoilers end up in the Technical Beta

Some spoilers about the Halo Infinite campaign have unintentionally leaked from the current technical Beta of the game. 343 Industries confirmed this ...

Steam Deck, the experience with Steam Machine according to Valve is important

Valve's Steam Deck operation perhaps did not appear exactly as unprecedented in the eyes of many users. Several years ago, in fact, the ...

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