Search results for cloud

"We think in the medium term this will give games that have a lot more appeal than what we have today,† said Guillemot. ...
Electronic Arts claims it now has over 1,000 people working to unite its disparate game tech (the Frostbite engine, etc.) into Atlas, a unified hub for building and running games 'in the cloud'. ...
Every year at Adobe MAX, a time is set aside for selected developers at Adobe to show new technology concepts that they and their teams have been working on. It's called "Sneaks," and Adobe describes it as "representing explorations and emerging technologies that may or may not be released as a product or product feature in the future." Though not everything shown at Sneaks makes it into a pu
Hot on the heels of Google's announcement last week of Project Stream, Microsoft has now revealed its own plans for a video game streaming service. Dubbed Project xCloud, the service would allow players to jump into an Xbox One game on basically any device – be it a TV, PC, or even a smartphone... Continue Reading Microsoft's new cloud service streams Xbox One games to your phone Category
"Save data stored with Save Data Cloud cannot be kept outside of the duration of your Nintendo Switch Online membership." ...
Those companies and more are looking for designers, engineers, artists, and devs from a variety of other disciplines right now on the Gamasutra Job Board! ...
Earlier this year, Google introduced its new cloud storage service Google One, replacing its Google Drive plans with new alternatives offering more storage at the same price. The company started converting its existing Google Drive paid customers over to Google One, upgrading the original 1TB $9.99/month plan to a greater 2TB capacity at the same rate.Google One wasn't available to new customers
BB&B's cloud generating event is totally dependent on the natural weather cycles -- so, no one ever knows when it’s going to generate a cloud. The post BB&B’s structure collects rainwater and uses it to create a cloud at random intervals appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Gemini Observatory on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea dormant volcano has a cloud camera that’s used to monitor sky conditions. But during the ongoing eruption of the Kīlauea volcano, the camera has also been capturing the eruptions dramatic and eerie glow through clouds. Above is a 48-second time-lapse of the glow in the night between May 21st and 22nd.“During the sequence, multiple fis
Electronic Arts announced its acquisition of the cloud gaming technology assets and personnel of GameFly today. ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

Add to Technorati Favorites