The Evolution of Mobile Gaming Ever since the smartphone made its first widespread commercial debut close to the beginning of the last decade, one of its most enjoyable uses has always been its ability to play video games. With the
How gaming has adapted and adopted the cloud If you follow the gaming scene in its entirety, you have undoubtedly noticed some changes over the past few months. The major change on the gaming scene has undoubtedly been the arrival
Shodogg Technology Allows Universal Data Access A technology startup with a demonstrated track record of performance and innovation, Shodogg offers businesses, government, and other end users the opportunity to access data from any mobile device and display the information on
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.
PS4: Hype Or Reality The wait is finally finished; the release of the PS4 is this Thursday at midnight! Sony PS4 has had quite a bit of attention over the past few months all due to this cloud enhanced gaming
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
PlayStation 4: Why The Next-Gen Gaming Console Is Relevant For You The upcoming release of the PlayStation 4, the apparently touted ‘next-generation gaming console’ scheduled on November 15 in the US has created quite a splash in the gaming community.
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Benefits of Cloud Gaming Cloud gaming is gaining considerable momentum for a number of reasons and is positioning itself as the future of how games will be played. Reminiscent of the Sega Channel- perhaps one of the first derivative examples