Editor's Pick GamesBeat traces the history of OnLive, from founder Steve Perlman first filing his cloud-gaming patent in 2002, to its recent wave of financial troubles and restructuring.
Steve Perlman, the brilliant but difficult founder of OnLive, has been ousted from the company he created.
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Editor's Pick Steve Perlman has become the King Lear of gaming. But does he have another act?
OnLive owed $30M to $40M to creditors but had little money to pay them in its last days
Guest Post For game-streaming service OnLive, this looks like a pretty employee friendly result, compared to what some people have speculated. The company simply ran out of options and couldn’t find a new investor or a buyer who would take on the company outside of ABC (assignment for the benefit of creditors).
HTC announced this morning that it would lose $40 million due to OnLive's restructuring, but it's also pumping money into an enterprise app platform.
Editor's Pick After a wave of criticism about how it treated its employees, OnLive reveals more details about its recent sale to a new owner.
The company doesn't disclose who has bought it, but it does confirm that all of its products will continue and that service won't be interrupted by the sale.
Rumors are swirling around that cloud-gaming company/platform OnLive is closing its doors. But OnLive says otherwise...
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OnLive is launching its cloud gaming service in Belgium as part of its partnership with Belgacom, the largest telecommunications company in the European nation.
The move is the first foray onto the European continent for OnLive, following its launches in …
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OnLive says its focus is "to make the highest quality gaming accessible to everyone, anywhere, and anytime they want it."
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