OnLive cloud gaming: Back from the dead with a smart outlook

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Software "core service" and smart TV now focus for slimmed-down company, says UK GM Grove

In August 2012, struggling online streaming games startup OnLive took its final nosedive. Founded in 2007 and slowly releasing its proprietary hardware to consumers since 2010, the service failed t...

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