How to watch the live stream for today’s Apple keynote

How to watch the live stream for today’s Apple keynote

3:45am, 25th March, 2019
is holding a keynote today on its campus in Cupertino, and the company is expected to talk about new services. Don’t expect any new device, today’s event should be all about content. At 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 5 PM in London, 6 PM in Paris), you’ll be able to watch the event as the company is streaming it live. Rumor has it that the company plans to multiple new services. The most anticipated one will be a new video streaming service that should compete with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and others. In addition to that service, Apple will unveil an Apple News subscription to access magazines and premium articles for a flat monthly fee. But we might also hear about a mysterious and a subscription service. Details are still thin, so it’s going to be interesting to hear Apple talk about all those services. If you have an Apple TV, you can download the Apple Events app in the App Store. It lets you stream today’s event and rewatch old ones. The app icon was updated a few days ago for the event. And if you don’t have an Apple TV, the company also lets you live-stream the event from the on its website. This video feed now works in all major browsers — Safari, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. So to recap, here’s how you can watch today’s Apple event: Your favorite web browser on the Mac or Windows 10. An Apple TV with the Apple Events app in the App Store. Google Chrome on your Android phone. Of course, you also can read if you’re stuck at work and really need our entertaining commentary track to help you get through your day. We have a team in the room.
Valve lets you stream Steam games from anywhere

Valve lets you stream Steam games from anywhere

2:34pm, 14th March, 2019
Valve doesn’t want to miss the cloud gaming bandwagon. As PC Gamer , the company quietly a beta version of Steam Link Anywhere. As the name suggests, it lets you turn your gaming PC into a cloud gaming server and stream games from… anywhere. The company’s strategy is a bit puzzling here as Valve recently its hardware set-top box, the Steam Link. While Valve might be done on the hardware side, the company is still iterating on Link apps. You can now download the Steam Link app on an Android phone, an Android TV device or a Raspberry Pi. Unfortunately, Valve still hasn’t found a way to release its Steam Link app on the App Store for iOS devices and the Apple TV. You can start Steam on your computer and play demanding PC games on other screens. Steam Link works fine on a local network, especially if you use Ethernet cables between all your devices. With Steam Link Anywhere, your performance will vary depending on your home internet connection. If you don’t have a fiber connection at home, the latency might simply be too high to play any game. Now let’s see if Valve plans to flip the switch and let you run Steam games on a server in a data center near you. That would turn Steam Link Anywhere into a competitor. Microsoft recently Forza Horizon 4 running on an Android phone thanks to Project xCloud. Google also has been its Game Developers Conference to learn more about its gaming projects. It’s clear that everybody wants to turn 2019 into the year of cloud gaming.