Sony picks up its patents.
Alongside established giants such as Netflix, Spotify.
As five new games added to the service.
£9.99 a month for "Dropbox for game saves".
After Sony bought Gaikai for $380m.
OnLive still in talks with Apple nine months after announcement.
Turns to Rearden to work on new projects.
Cloud gaming company was estimated between $30 - $40 million in debt.
"Games become something in the future, like when you watch YouTube."
What next for cloud gaming?
UPDATE: Ouya controller revealed.
"Fundamentally, at some point, you hit the speed of light."
"We talk to pretty much everyone."
First month price for access to 200 games.
Launches next month at Eurogamer Expo.
"The algorithms are getting better."
Steve Perlman casts doubt on consoles.
New universal controller to widen reach.
But it's not the priority.
Discs not obsolete "any time soon".
Game-streaming out of the box.
Insists remote gaming is not patentable.
Will it sue Gaikai?
Publisher concerned about lag, price.
Service due to start next year.
Get unlimited access to 40 titles.
Hardware receives warm reviews in US.
"Which deserves a double woot woot."
Rentals and licensing explained.
More launch details later this year.
First 25,000 sign-ups also get free game.
Rebellion deal a precursor of SEGA support?
Cloud gaming bundled with broadband.
$15 per month plus cost of games.
Perlman says his service is way forward.
It only works in a 1000-mile range.
Perlman shows it off in New York.
Something for "longer term", says Microsoft.
New funds power the cloud dream.
Cloud gaming service takes first steps.
Gaikai shown running WOW, EVE.
Expect more news soon though, says boss.
"The OnLive news has forced my hand."
Publishers back hardware-bypass vision.