I’ve been a big fan of cloud powered gaming services, such as OnLive, Gaikai and now GFace. That’s why it was surprising when I found out that OnLive was releasing a Windows 7 service. The service allows users of the iPad to essentially use Windows 7 over the cloud, and access everything that a normal Windows 7 installation does. OnLive has now taken it a step further and has launched the product for Android.
Microsoft today launched two updates for its OneNote note taking service, introducing tablet support on Android and printing and highlighting on Windows. For Android users, this is a major OneNote release; alongside the tablet launc... Read Post
OnLive Desktop launched for Android devices on Thursday. The free software allows tablets and smartphones to run an instance of Windows 7 through the web. The Windows environment is hosted in the cloud on OnLive's servers which the ... Read Post