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Cloud Infographic: XBOX One VS. Playstation 4 (Who Will Win The Battle Of Black Friday?)

Cloud Infographic: XBOX One VS. Playstation 4 (Who Will Win The Battle Of Black Friday?)

Cloud Infographic: XBOX One VS. Playstation 4 (Who Will Win The Battle Of Black Friday?) In the spirit of the approaching Black Friday and follow up to the PS4 Vs. Xbox One Gaming Consoles infographic.  We felt that this infographic called “Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4: Who Will Win the Battle of Black Friday?” courtesy of SDL (LSE: SDL) was more than

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Cloud Capabilities: Xbox One

Cloud Capabilities: Xbox One

Cloud capabilities:  Xbox One Azure Azure cloud service will be available at Xbox One’s launch. Microsoft says that their new gaming console can offload some computations to the cloud in order to increase local power of the console. Xbox One games could be streamed live and shared via the cloud. Similar to its rival Sony,

Cloud Infographic – PS4 Vs. XBOX One Gaming Console

Cloud Infographic – PS4 Vs. XBOX One Gaming Console

Cloud Infographic – PS4 Vs. XBOX One Gaming Console As we move closer to the release dates for the PS4 and XBOX One (November 15th & 22nd respectively) many will have a difficult time deciding on which console to choose from. There are many side- by-side comparisons on the web, and here is another one in

Gaming Industry Heads In The Cloud

Streaming movies has become the bread and butter of online entertainment and it seems that many others companies are meaning to jump on this trend of instant access. Now Netflix has created their own television series that are strictly online, music can be streamed like a radio giving you the option to pick the songs

Xbox One On Collision Cause With Users After Change Of Cloud Sharing

Xbox One On Collision Cause With Users After Change Of Cloud Sharing Could some cloud features that Microsoft had announced at the first press conference on Xbox One go the way of the dodo? Firstly, after a barrage of pressure from rivals, like Sony, to revisit its free-for-all digital policies it had announced on its