Cable companies are hatching a plan to take on console makers, a new report claims.
Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and others, are planning to launch a digital-gaming service that would allow their customers to play titles directly on their televisions without the need for consoles, Bloomberg is reporting today, citing several sources. According to Bloomberg's sources, those games would include everything from simple titles, like Tetris, to the most advanced games from major publishers.
Cloud-based gaming has quickly become a popular trend in the industry, with several companies trying their hand in that space. Steam … Read more