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PlayStation Now hits Samsung Smart TVs in first half of 2015

Game-streaming service PlayStation Now is coming to select Samsung Smart TVs in the first half of 2015, meaning you'll be able to enjoy PS3 games without owning a Sony system or even a Sony TV. The Smart TV-based form of Sony's cloud-based service will roll out in the United States and Canada, acco...

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Sonic Adventure, La-Mulana feature in Japanese TV streaming service

Japanese cable company KDDI is set to roll out an Android app-based cloud service that will stream games from Sega, Konami, and other publishers to J:Com and JCN subscribers, Engadget reports. The Ubitus-developed GameNow service, which is compatible with an upcoming lineup of Toshiba Smart TVs ...

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OnLive's new senior VP of engineering to push tablet, Smart TV

OnLive is looking into the tablet and Smart TV gaming market with its latest hire, Don Gordon, founder of Smart TV tech company Bulldog United. Gordon is OnLive's new senior VP of engineering, and his goal is to drive integration of OnLive onto tablets and Smart TVs, Develop reports. OnLive saw a p...

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LG opening 'Game World' portal for Smart TV

A new games portal is heading to LG's line Cinema 3D Smart TVs. Called Game World, the portal allows users access to a library of paid and free games, "many" of which will be playable in both 2D and 3D. Users can play the games using LG's Magic Remote or third party controllers. LG's announcement d...

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Samsung Smart TVs are now the most expensive way to play Angry Birds

We can't really think of an honest reason why Rovio wouldn't port Angry Birds to something even halfway capable of supporting the game, so excuse us for not being completely surprised by hearing that the now-iconic mobile title has been ported to Samsung's latest line of "Smart" televisions, which ...

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Gaikai coming to LG TVs, playable OnLive coming to GoogleTVs

If you're someone whose hatred of physical media and cluttered entertainment systems is rivaled only by your passion for contemporary gaming and universal controllers, your next television purchase may have just become as conflicted as your eccentric little heart of hearts. Gaikai and LG have ...

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