• Select PlayStation games may come to PC and other devices

    27 days ago - By Android Central

    Wonder when they'll show up.
    What you need to know
    Sony wants its titles to reach more gamers.
    In a recent interview, the company's Shawn Layden said select titles could be broader distribution.
    Layden focused on PC during the interview.
    It's unclear when select titles, if ever, will show up on other platforms.
    Today, Sony announced that it was acquiring Insomniac Games. The developer has worked on a lot of PlayStation-exclusive games in the past, so it seems like a great fit. However, it seems like the company has larger ambitions going forward. According to a report by Bloomberg , Sony...
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  • NVIDIA's game streaming service comes to Android this fall

    NVIDIA's game streaming service comes to Android this fall

    27 days ago - By Engadget

    Consoles and gaming PCs aren't going anywhere for the foreseeable future - but as compression algorithms and internet connections improve, game streaming is almost ready for prime time. Earlier today, Google announced that Cyberpunk 2077 and other p...
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  • Razer Phone pauses Android 9 Pie update due to game booster bug

    Razer Phone pauses Android 9 Pie update due to game booster bug

    27 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    The original Razer Phone will have to wait a bit longer to receive its new Android 9 Pie update due to a bug regarding game booster. This software update was supposed to finally be released just a month after the company announced on Reddit in July , but it will be halted now. The download is about 1GB, as it features Android's July security patch and Digital Wellbeing support. It also includes gesture navigation, adaptable battery, notification management and bug fixes. It's important to note that Razer is releasing this in stages, meaning that some users might not have access to it until...
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  • Nvidia's Geforce Now to bring cloud-based gaming experience to Android smartphones

    Nvidia's Geforce Now to bring cloud-based gaming experience to Android smartphones

    27 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    In a blog post, computer graphics giant Nvidia announced that its Geforce Now cloud gaming service would expand onto Android smartphones “later this year.” The service would first arrive in beta form, just like its previous launches for PC and Mac clients. Nvidia said that most Android phones, “including flagship devices from LG and Samsung,” will support it. Geforce Now would also allow gamers to bring their digital library of games with them when they test-drive the service. With over 500 games and more to come, the growing platform now carries titles like the Shadow of the Tomb Raider...
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  • Nvidia is bringing its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to Android phones

    Nvidia is bringing its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to Android phones

    27 days ago - By The Verge

    Microsoft's xCloud service, running Halo on a phone. | Photo by Nick Statt / The Verge
    See the photo above? That's not Nvidia - it's Microsoft's xCloud, streaming Halo to an Android phone from remote internet servers powered by AMD GPUs. Google will also be bringing its Stadia cloud gaming service to Google Pixel phones from AMD-powered servers, and you'll be able to try both this fall.
    That's probably why AMD rival Nvidia isn't sitting still. The graphics giant just announced it will “soon extend” its existing GeForce Now cloud gaming service to Android phones, including flagship devices...
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  • Nvidia's GeForce Now adds real-time ray tracing and Android support as cloud gaming heats up

    Nvidia's GeForce Now adds real-time ray tracing and Android support as cloud gaming heats up

    28 days ago - By PC World

    Long before Microsoft teased Project xCloud or Google revealed Stadia , Nvidia launched GeForce Now, its surprisingly playable solution for on-demand gaming from the cloud. The service has been in beta since early 2017, and Nvidia's finally preparing for its full release with a pair of new announcements at Gamescom 2019 in Cologne, Germany: real-time ray tracing is coming to GeForce Now, and GeForce Now is coming to Android phones. To read this article in full,
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  • NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

    NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

    28 days ago - By SlashGear

    The system known as NVIDIA GeForce NOW was previously in free Beta for PC, Mac, and SHIELD TV, now it'll be opened on Android devices of several sorts. NVIDIA announced several feature updates to GeForce NOW today, also including the transition to RTX-enabled graphics processors for certain regions. NVIDIA also gave a cryptic note on the timing for release of...
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  • NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming is coming to Android phones

    28 days ago - By Liliputing

    There's no shortage of Android games in the Google Play Store, but fans of PC and console gaming may soon have a new option for playing PC titles on an Android phone or tablet. NVIDIA has announced that its NVIDIA GeForce Now cloud game streaming service will add support for Android mobile devices later this...
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