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Firestorm is (SL) Go - and across multiple grids!

On Tuesday, December 16th, 2014, OnLive, the providers of the Second Life streaming service, SL Go, announced a new addition to the SL Go service: The… 975 more words

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Firestorm now available on SL Go!

For months the people at Onlive have been secretly working together with Jessica Lyon to build a version of Firestorm that works in SL Go! 532 more words

NVIDIA announces new Game-Streaming Service, and it is free till June

Cloud Gaming is the future. With the help of Cloud Gaming, one can play the most graphical intensive games on any device, with the only requirement being a good and stable Internet Connection. 145 more words

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OnLive expands cloud gaming to Benelux countries

OnLive broadened the reach of its cloud-gaming service across Europe today. The company is adding Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg to its growing lists of countries that have access to its library. 245 more words

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SL Go: Drax says, "go places!"

Draxtor has been working on a promo video for SL Go on the iPad. It’s a fun piece.

SL Go (for those who haven’t heard!), provides the full SL viewer experience direct to your Android tablet, iPad or even your low-end computer. 109 more words

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OnLive brings its game streaming to Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Ireland

The cloud just grew.

Onlive’s cloud-streaming service is now running in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Ireland. Previously, the subscription-based platform was available in the U.S., U.K., and Canada. 165 more words

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OnLive issue SL Go iPad rotation fix

As I (among others) reported on Tuesday, October 14th, OnLive released a version of their SL Go service for the iPad.

At the time of the release, there was an unexpected rotation issue which meant that the screen orientation was locked in one horizontal orientation – if you flipped the iPad around, the screen would appear upside down, although the input areas might actually flip with the screen but still be displayed as if they were upside down. 96 more words

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