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OnLive launches CloudLift service, OnLive Go business line

Monday 17 March 2014 | 06:39 CET | News
Online gaming services provider OnLive has launched its CloudLift subscription service, as part of a major update to the OnLive Game Service. OnLive Go has also debuted a new business line to bring the benefits of cloud gaming such as instant launch and mobile compatibility to MMOs and virtual world experiences. In addition, OnLive has announced it is delivering technology and performance upgrades and a new user interface.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: OnLive
Countries: World
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