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OnLive Desktop launches 'Plus' subscriptions, puts IE in your iPad

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

OnLive has already given Microsoft loving iPad owners a hefty, gratis helping of Windows 7, but that doesn't mean they haven't been building a paywall. What's behind the freshly dried brick and mortar? OnLive Desktop Plus, an optional, subscription based upgrade that touts new features for users who are willing to pay a fee. Five dollars a month buys you a cloud-accelerated web browser (that would be Internet Explorer 9, complete with fully functioning Adobe Flash and Acrobat plug-ins) and priority access to the OnLive Desktop service -- freeloading "standard" subscribers can only access the service on an as-available basis.
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OnLive Desktop For iPad Adds Flash And Other Features, Announces Plans For Business

Technology Industry News / Apple : Cult Of Mac (3 years ago)

Last month, OnLive launched its free cloud-based Windows desktop app for the iPad. OnLive Desktop provides iPad users with a cloud-based Windows 7 desktop that comes complete with the standard Microsoft Office apps (Word, Excel, and... Read Post

OnLive Desktop Brings Windows 7 and Microsoft Office to the iPad

Technology : BizFeed (3 years ago)

OnLive Desktop offers remote access to a cloud-based full Windows 7 desktop, including Microsoft Office applications and cloud storage, all from an iPad. Read Post

Hands On With Windows 10

Technology : TechCrunch (8 hours ago)

TechCrunch went hands-on with Windows 10 to show you the best of the latest build of Microsoft’s new operating system. To make it extra pure, we put Windows 10 through its paces on a Surface Pro 3. Windows 10 is Microsoft’s effort t... Read Post

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