Game not over yet for OnLive Video
Game not over yet for OnLive Video Transcript
It's time for not order and laser beams I'm Bridget Carey and this -- -- -- update. Apple and Samsung US trial is almost at a close the two tech giant spent three weeks battling over patents accusations of copying technology. The jury is expected to begin deliberations Tuesday. Apple is asking for two point nine billion dollars in damages from Samsung it claims Samsung copied the look and feel iPhone and I -- And Samsung wants around 519. Million dollars from Apple for infringing on its patents. It'll be rep days ahead for on live the company that why they changed the way we buy and play -- games if you haven't heard of it. Online is a relatively new cloud based gaming service it hosts console games on its servers and instead -- -- downloading the will be buying the -- It streams -- over the Internet for you to -- -- your teeny tablet or PC. It -- this ten dollar a month all you can -- subscription. But -- online sold its assets to -- newly formed company -- -- investor must be called on live. In the restructuring in -- and believes that that it would hire me back. And subscribers shouldn't see any problems -- interruptions in service during this restructuring. At the tech deals are making headlines for starters college students who buy and you PC from Dell HP best buy or. At the Microsoft store he get a free Xbox-360. Console to computer hassle cost at least 700 dollars and -- -- -- -- -- before September 8. Also yet to prove your student with a -- dot edu email or ID. Gadget trade in thanking Dell is offering attempting deal for anyone planning on selling used iPhone and trading up to the new iPhone. If you at a price put it out for -- -- -- you don't have to mail it in its October 1 now -- -- the next iPhone will be out in September so ideally you'll be able to hold onto your phone until the new one comes out the value of his I've found is higher now and it will be when new launches he also iPhone users -- need that shared data plan if they want to use the east and -- chat service over AT&T'S cellular network. Otherwise you gotta stick with Wi-Fi to make facetime call an award it -- Verizon would do something similar. And and it -- with Morris news. They curiosity -- -- not a laser beam at a rock and vaporize that outer part of Iraq. Yet the rover has a laser gun on it shooting pulses at the -- created electrically charged plasma and sensors detected more than 6000 wavelengths of light. The laser was designed for chemistry test an ad telling up -- quality is compared your typical martian -- again. That's your tech news that they add more details about today's -- -- it head on over to the blog cnet.com slash update. From our -- is in New York hybrid -- care. --
Streaming game service OnLive is coming to iPad, iPhone, Android tablets, and even the Kindle Fire.
OnLive brings PC gaming--with an Xbox-style gamepad--to the iPad with its subscription stream gaming app. Look for the OnLive iPad beta to go live later in 2011.
This week, we load up the new streaming PC game service OnLive and give it an impressive live on-the-air demo. Also, things nearly come to blows as the iPhone vs Evo debate continues, with sales numbers and feature lists discussed and (vigorously) debated.
As a $99 set-top box, OnLive's MicroConsole offers an intriguing low-cost alternative to traditional living room game consoles.
Verizon goes all-in for 4G, the first Android watch is pleasing on the eyes, and Google TV adds cloud-console gaming from OnLive.
Flash browsing and Windows 7 on an iPad? You bet, but OnLive Desktop Plus will cost you $5 a month. Take a look at OnLive's cloud service, hands-on.
OnLive won't replace your turbocharged, water-cooled quad-GPU gaming rig and the insane screen resolutions it can pump out, but for casual gamers who are interested in sampling the latest PC games, get ready to have your mind blown.
CNET's Rich Brown takes a First Look at OnLive on Vizio at CES 2011 at Las Vegas.
Samsung scores a sweet victory against Apple in a U.K. court, and the new version of the creepy Highlight app aims to be a hyper-local Twitter.
TV guru David Katzmaier sits in for Joey this week, talking about his adventures on cord cutting. Like Scott, he also recently ditched his cable service for a mix of over-the-air and IPTV. Additionally, Dan's iPad gets bricked by the iOS 4.2 update, and even our studio computer crashes, forcing an 'a capella' version of the Digital City theme song.
- Apple-Samsung jury: Verdict form may blow your minds
- OnLive explains layoffs, promises uninterrupted service
- HTC to take $40 million loss from OnLive investment
- Students who buy new PC can score a free Xbox
- Trading up to the next iPhone? Gazelle has a deal for you
- AT&T Mobile Share Plan users can FaceTime over cellular network
- In key test, Curiosity zaps Mars rock with powerful laser