Microsoft took the wraps off its Project xCloud cloud gaming service this week without a lot of fanfare. At the company’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3)gaming event Sunday in Los Angeles, the company devoted a couple of minutes to the cloud within a 90-minute broadcast on the future of gaming.
But Kevin LaChapelle was excited to show off the technology after the event in the Microsoft Theater. The general manager of Project xCloud at Microsoft showed cloud gaming working at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second on mobile devices such as Android smartphones and tablets.
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