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Correction: OTOY's OctaneCloud AMI

This story initially misquoted OTOY's Jules Urbach and has been updated to clarify that Amazon added security measures to the OctaneCloud AMI.

Read the updated story here.

By December 18, 2013

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Amazon signs up for 'future of streaming' ORBX

Amazon becomes the first major partner to agree to use lightweight new technology from Mozilla and OTOY for streaming games, video, and software.

By November 6, 2013

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Mozilla: Look ma, no plug-in for video, apps

The makers of Firefox team up with the 3D graphics gurus at OTOY to show off a new codec that can run high-end video and desktop apps in the browser.

By May 3, 2013

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OctaneCloud AMI zooms past expectations, now free

Amazon Web Services' latest streaming success for games and apps, powered by the new JavaScript codec ORBX, becomes popular enough to drop from $99 to nada.

By December 18, 2013

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Mozilla under fire: Beyond JavaScript, 3 ways Eich changed the Web

Mozilla's co-founder and former CEO Brendan Eich has been at the center of Internet development for almost 20 years.

By June 14, 2014

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ORBX streaming tech could revolutionize computing

The first notes in a dirge for traditional computing have been sounded, says Brendan Eich, the inventor of JavaScript -- and he couldn't be happier.

By May 5, 2013

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Understanding next-gen streaming game services

Services that stream games from server farms may one day take over traditional PC gaming, and even console gaming. We break down the big players.

By July 2, 2010

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AMD aims supercomputer at mobile gaming, movies

The massively parallel "Fusion Render Cloud" machine is intended to deliver high-definition content to mobile devices.

By January 9, 2009

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BOL 1075: One laptop per felon

Or perhaps we should call it OLPC. One laptop per criminal. The idea of letting prisoners use computers is good, but fraught with peril. Also, we start a new PSA campaign where Billy learns that e-mail can be dangerous. And that's one to grow on.

By October 1, 2009