Sony's next-gen console will pipe PS3 titles through the Internet ready for playing, according to a rumour.
Sony has splurged the dregs of its once mighty piggy bank on Internet gaming service Gaikai -- could it power a retro fiesta on the PS4?
Sony said on Monday it has agreed to buy cloud-gaming firm Gaikai for $380 million in an all-shares deal.
The cloud-gaming service has signed a deal that will let Walmart.com shoppers sample games for free to help them decide on a purchase.
Gaikai launches its game-streaming service with free trials.
Cloud-based gaming service Gaikai announces investments from Intel Capital and Limelight Networks.
Sony has announced a streaming service called PlayStation Now that will allow you to play a back catalog of PlayStation titles on your PS4, PS3, Vita and Bravia TV.
Samsung is about to launch support for cloud gaming service Gaikai on its current high-end LED televisions.
What does Sony's Gaikai purchase mean for the gaming, TV, and mobile industries?
Expected to be unveiled on Wednesday, Sony's PS4 will let users play games piped over the Internet, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.