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Streaming Guide: What we know about online streaming for the NFL Playoffs

CBS is the only network that doesn’t require viewers to use their cable or satellite accounts to login to watch NFL games. With CBS carrying the most postseason games, one AFC Wild Card playoff contest tonight, two AFC Divisional Playoff windows next week, the AFC Championship and then Super Bowl 50, fans will be able to access all the games on computers and connected TV devices (Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku and Xbox One) and tablets (Androids, iPads and Windows 10). Viewers can access the games through CBSSports.com on computers and tablets. – Ken Fang, Awful Announcing

Amazing new Microsoft project may bring Xbox One games to your browser

Speaking with Neowin, unnamed sources report that Microsoft’s next big innovation might be bringing full console games to your Internet browser over the cloud. This project won’t be limited to old games either — you can expect to see brand new Xbox One games running at 60 frames per second on your computer when (and if) the project ever see the light of day. […] There are still plenty of issues to take care of before Microsoft can even begin to consider launching the cloud gaming service to the public. First, Microsoft has to license the games for the service, which could be difficult considering the current PC gaming boom. Second, consumers might see the service as an alternative to the Xbox One, cutting into Microsoft’s revenues. – Jacob Siegal,BGR
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Watch Live Streaming: Commonwealth Games 2014 – Day 10 – Glasgow 2014

Today’s live coverage from the Commonwealth Games 2014 , Glasgow will include medal events in Women’s Hockey, Diving, Boxing, Table Tennis and the Athletics track at Hampden Park. See the Medal Table with latest rankings. This live streaming video has non-stop coverage of the best live sport from Day 10 as it happens from the Glasgow. – Priya Prakashan,india.com

PlayStation Now will start streaming PS3 games to Sony TVs next week

Sony has been testing its Playstation Now cloud streaming game service for months, with a select group of players testing it out on the PS3 and PS4 (all PS4 owners can try it out at the end of next month). On Monday, that group will expand to include owners of some of Sony’s 2014 TVs, including all 4K Ultra HD sets and some of the 1080p models. As a part of the PlayStation Pilot Service, that means that if they live in the continental US, they can play PS3 games with just an internet-connected TV and a DualShock 3 controller plugged in via USB. – Richard Lawler, Engadget http://ift.tt/1mn74CU