Remember Samsung's PlayGalaxy Link? The service lets you stream your PC games to your phone, but if you haven't tried it by now, it may not be a good time to start.
Samsung is shutting down PlayGalaxy Link on March 27th (via GamaSutra). The company cites "internal policy changes" as the reason for the shutdown, adding that ending PlayGalaxy Link will allow its development team "to more effectively focus its resources and add value to the next release of new product."
While Samsung is being pretty vague about why it's shutting down PlayGalaxy Live after just announcing the service back in November, there is one possible explanation for the move. Samsung announced in February that it's teaming up with Microsoft on a cloud-based game streaming service, and so it could be that Samsung will preload Microsoft's xCloud service onto its Galaxy phones.
With Project xCloud, you can stream Xbox games from the cloud onto your Android or iOS device. That could make it a good replacement for PlayGalaxy Link, and Samsung probably doesn't mind deferring to Microsoft and its broader experience with gaming here, either.