July 11, 2012

Video Games Reach for the Cloud

Ian Sherr, Wall Street Journal


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For decades, consumers have played videogames in arcades, on personal computers or specialized consoles hooked to televisions. Sony Corp. is placing a bet on a different approach—technology that streams games to Internet-connected devices.

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