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Sunday, 19 August 2012 15:47

What is happening with OnLive?

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Cloud gaming platform, OnLive, was a very promising project, but never fulfilled its potential. The idea behind the project was to run all types of games on computers hosted in OnLive data centers and stream the video back to the end user. That way a customer can have a low-end PC and still play high-end games. The only thing required for it is to be able to play video and a decent internet connection (5 Mbit/s or faster). All games were available in 720p format, provided by over 50 publishers (Sega, Ubisoft, Epic Games, Atari, THQ, Eidos Interactive, Take-Two Interactive etc.).

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Rumors are fun things, but in the end a good deal of them can be counted out with little more than common sense (and a little research). An interesting rumor that popped up in the past weeks is one that is trying to claim that AMD is a prime target for acquisition. Right now the potential buyers are listed as Samsung and Qualcomm, but does any of that make sense? Is AMD really a prime target for acquisition and are they ready to be bought out by someone else? Let’s take a look at these rumors and see if they hold any water.a

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