What do you think of the cloud right now? Sure, cloud computing has definitely made life a whole lot easier and more convenient for everyone involved, especially when you consider that Ultrabooks these days, armed with a decent Internet connection wherever you go, are more than capable of handling whatever simple word processing or spreadsheet [...]
Live Demonstration at Ubitus Booth 217 of E3 2013 at Los Angeles Convention Center from June 11-13 LG Electronics (LG) and Ubitus Inc., a worldwide technology leader in cloud gaming solutions, announced at E3 that GameNow™ cloud gaming service will be available in the latest lineup of LG Smart TVs. Show More Summary
LG and Ubitus, today announced at E3 that GameNow cloud gaming service will be available in the latest lineup of LG Smart TVs. Customer who purchase a new LG Smart TV model in the United States can start enjoying rich ….
LG is more serious about TV gaming than many of its rivals, and it's proving that today by rolling out Ubitus' GameNow service to Smart TVs in the US. The cloud gaming portal streams a mix of mostly console-grade titles, such as Devil May Cry 4 and Dead Rising 2; it also includes free trials and support for a handful of gamepads. Show More Summary
LG and Ubitus team up to deliver cloud based gaming to LG Smart TVs. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Unique Cloud Service Synchronizes Content Across Platforms and Delivers Convenient Streaming Functionality LG Electronics (LG), which launched its own LG Cloud service in the United States, South Korea and Russia last year, will roll-out...Show More Summary
Although LG jumped into the deep end of the online services pool when it launched LG Cloud last year, it didn't have much to brag about when access was limited to South Korea, Russia and the US. The company is about to broaden its horizons considerably -- it now plans to deploy LG Cloud to more than 40 additional countries before the end of May. Show More Summary
In the 21st century, the cloud is no longer the domain of the skies, but rather, it is an online service that has brought plenty of benefits to the masses, since it enables one to stash some files online (as long as space permits, of course) in one’s account, which can be accessed anytime, anywhere [...]
This past week Rackspace announced two major updates, Continuuity intrudes the market with new software, and Hewlett-Packard finally got rid of webOS. Rackspace lowered its storage rates by 33 percent and promised to roll out tiered pricing for its OpenStack … Continue reading ?
Following up on the surprise news this morning that LG is buying HP's webOS division, we were left with questions. How? Why? When? We spoke with HP SVP of webOS Martin Risau and LG North America VP of Smart TV Sam Chang about why LG purchased webOS, what they're planning on doing with it, and what exactly HP is doing here as well. Show More Summary
After today's news that LG is buying webOS from HP, there's been some lingering questions about what all is happening. We finally got a press release from HP, verifying that LG is indeed purchasing the webOS source code, documentations, websites, and the team behind the formerly-mobile operating system to make themselves a fancy new webOS TV. Show More Summary
Are you way into cloud gaming and own an LG Smart TV of the G3 series variety? You're in luck, as OnLive this morning announced support for that very line of Google TV-powered LG televisions, bringing a library of "over 300 titles" to the platform. Show More Summary
As it's being sold primarily by Google through the Play devices store, it's easy (and accurate) to think of the Nexus 4 as a Google device. But it's still an LG-made phone, and as such qualifies for 50GB of free space on Box.net, thanks to a partnership between manufacturer and cloud storage provider. Show More Summary
These days OnLive is probably known as much for its unexpected meltdown as it is for its promise to deliver streaming video games to the masses, but ever since the company reformed it seems to have returned to business as usual. To wit:...Show More Summary
LG Smart TV owners may've noticed a new application pop up today on their G2 series sets, as OnLive's cloud game streaming app is being delivered via an over-the-air update today (first announced at E3 back in June). Beyond just viewing games, the app allows for actually playing them employing OnLive's wireless controller (sold separately). Show More Summary
LG G2 smart televisions now have OnLive built in. The OnLive app became available today to be downloaded onto TV sets already purchased, while the cloud gaming service is being preinstalled on future sets. The only thing needed in addition...Show More Summary
LG Electronics has announced the launch of a Russian pilot in commercial operation LG Cloud. LG Cloud service is intended for storage of digital content that is passed in streaming video on different devices, and providing easy access to it. Show More Summary
Next-Generation LG Cloud Monitor Boosts Picture Quality, Further Reduces Energy Consumption LG Electronics (LG) unveiled its next-generation V-Series zero client cloud monitor (model CAV42K), which adds the Teradici Tera2 chipset, putting it at the forefront of cloud computing performance. Show More Summary