With this release, hypothetically, you could run a full version of Photoshop on a Kindle Fire. Or Autodesk 3ds Max on an iPhone. “We will close this gap with the native stack,” says Mozilla’s CTO.
The company’s compression technology could potentially address a major problem for players.
Otoy’s cloud graphics tools can be used to create high-end movies or games at lower costs.
Editor’s Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
Octane Render, available now, should increase 3D computer-generation and image-rendering productivity.
Otoy has partnered with creativity tools maker Autodesk to create next-generation cloud rendering tools that will make film making, 3D designs, and video games easier, the company said today. Autodesk is also investing an undisclosed amount into Otoy.
Netflix today spun off its mail-order DVD business into a new service called Qwikster, which will include mail-order video game rentals. Given Netflix’s immense success with the movie business, you might expect the games rental business to fare just as well.
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Game-streaming startup Gaikai said today it has raised $30 million in a third round of funding.
The latest entrant in the crowded games-on-demand market is Happy Cloud, a startup that lets you stream games to your computer so you can play them in minutes rather than hours.
Our well-attended GamesBeat 2011 conference took place this week, and here’s what you missed.
Ever wonder what the gaming world would be like without pirates?
Game-streaming startup Gaikai has scored a major deal to stream high-quality video games for Walmart.com, the online division of the world’s biggest retailer, VentureBeat has learned. If the new way of selling games works out, it could mean a big step forward in digital game distribution.