Tag "streaming"

Nintendo harming itself with restrictive YouTube policies (opinion)

In addition to its backwards logic on online gaming, Nintendo is also making some mistakes with YouTube. For one, it just seems like a needless hassle to sign up for

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Titanic among Netflix July 2017 additions

Next month looks like a good one for Star Wars fans. On July 18, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story begins streaming on Netflix. The release marks the first time

BAMTech can help Disney leave Netflix for their own digital platform

Netflix and Disney go together well. In fact, just about any television show or movie goes well on Netflix. As the leading entertainment service, it is convenient for everyone when

Funimation and Crunchyroll partnership to help North American anime industry

Last week Crunchyroll and Funimation announced some big news. It was revealed that the two would be collaborating together with future anime releases. This new partnership would see Crunchyroll streaming all

Crunchyroll and Funimation team up to offer more anime

Crunchyroll and Funimation have teamed up to bring anime fans a much larger collection of anime to stream. Crunchyroll will continue to bring fans the best in subtitled anime and

Intel Compute Stick (review)

This may be one of the most difficult items I have ever been given to review simply because this device can be so many things to so many different people.

Sony’s Playstation Now coming to Windows PC

In a posting on the PlayStation blog, Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Now service will be coming to Windows PC. PlayStation Now is a game service that allows users to enjoy

Top 3 adult Hearthstone streamers on Twitch

Hearthstone drama has been the most interesting development in the streamer scene this past year, immortalized by Youtubers such as Nymh with the series “Radio Kappa”. This drama among streamers, while similar

The Elgato Game Capture HD60 captures 1080p at 60fps

Elgato announced the Game Capture HD60 that can record your gaming sessions at 60 frame per second at 1080p. It’s great now that Youtube will roll out its 60fps livestream and video playback

Popular streamers leaving Twitch after audio recognition system controversy

It’s already been four days since Twitch.tv implemented the audio recognition system without any prior notice to streamers, and the community was enraged and took to Twitch’s forums, Twitter, and Facebook page to voice

Google buying Twitch is already turning out to be the worst idea ever

When Google decided to buy Twitch.tv for $1 billion, there was a lot of potential where streamers would be getting more recognition, since live streaming and e-sports were becoming more and

CES 2014: NETGEAR improving your WiFi connections better anywhere you are

Chances are if you have gone through wireless routers you have had a NETGEAR. While certain people think all wireless routers are the same, you may want to read further

Vita TV coming to the West…soon

In an interview with Eurogamer, Sony Computer Entertainment’s Andrew House talked about the differences of launching in Japan and in the West. One such case is the PS Vita TV

Riot is getting greedy; Season 4 LCS contract bars players from streaming competitor’s titles

I’ll just say it, this is the first time I’ve been truly disappointed with Riot games. In what could possibly the biggest shot in the foot for League of Legends,

Sony announces PlayStation Vita TV, allowing you to play Vita games on your TV

Sony  introduced the PlayStation Vita TV, a streaming device that allows you to stream things such as Hulu and Nico Nico Douga directly to your TV. Sounds like every other

Anime Streaming is about to change

In The Japan Times today it was revealed that Japan and Japanese anime studios are going to be getting into international streaming in a big way. This new site is

OnLive bankrupt

A few days ago you might have heard this small story that quickly became a reality. OnLive, the cloud-based gaming company, ran out of capital. Its CEO Steve Perlman has

E3 2012: Nvidia’s Grid changes the face of cloud gaming

Never install again. Sound too good to be true? Well Nvidia doesn’t seem to think so and has recently announced its partnership with Samsung and Gaikai to take cloud-based platform

Hauppauge HD PVR Gaming Edition Review

Back when I was younger, I use to take my little digital camera and point it to my screen when I wanted to show off my Star Fox 64 speedruns.

Review: Warpia ConnectHD SWP400VC – Couch Skyping at its finest

First unveiled at CES 2012, the Warpia ConnectHD SWP400VC is an all-in-one solution to wireless streaming, video conferencing, and high definition recording. Utilizing a wide angle webcam and multidirectional microphone,

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