Ever since music grew cloud and flew away from CDs and DVDs to the cloud, it seems that is where we will be getting everything now. Because, shortly after music taking to the cloud, videos followed hence the popularity of streaming platforms like Spotify, YouTube, and Netflix.
Then again, computers in data centers have grown powerful, internet enabled devices have also increased in their power, and there are now more people connected to the internet than at any other time in history. In a sense, the cloud has become more affordable and accessible to many people.
Then get this, your next big gaming title could be streaming from the cloud. You better prepare for not going to a video game shop and buy a DVD or download the game online. All you will need is your gaming rig connected to the internet and logging in with your account.
That is exactly what Satya Nadella – the CEO of Microsoft – alluded to during the company’s recent earnings call. Nadella touched on the ‘X Cloud’ video game streaming service, which is currently in its ‘early days.’
He was actually …read more