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Apple and Google are going to war over the future of gaming as the entire industry goes through a radical transformation
With Apple Arcade and Stadia, Apple and Google are looking to take a bigger role in the gaming industry, and they picked the perfect time.
Google’s new $5 subscription service gives you unlimited access to some paid apps and games, which means you might finally get to use those apps...
Google's Play Pass lets you roam freely in a short list of paid apps and games without any payment barriers or ads, and the list will grow over time.
Apple’s new Netflix-style video game service is finally here, and it’s only $5 a month — here are the Apple Arcade games not to miss...
Apple has finally launched its subscription gaming service, and it's full of great games for just $5 per month.
Both will be priced from S$6.98 per month in Singapore.
Apple's new subscription gaming service, Apple Arcade, is scheduled to arrive on September 19 — and the first month is free.
Stadia, Google’s new game-streaming service, would be way more compelling if it was truly unlimited like Netflix
Google thinks it can make an impact in the gaming world with Stadia. But the service doesn't sound compelling; it sounds expensive.
Apple will offer four subscriptions for music, TV, news and games by the end of the year, and signing up for all of them could cost $35 per month.
Apple’s video game subscription service will reportedly cost $5 per month when it launches this fall
Apple's new video game subscription service will work on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac, and is expected to launch in September.
Apple is having its most exciting and tumultuous year in over a decade — here are its biggest moves of 2019 so far
It's been a busy 2019 for Apple — and we're only halfway through the year. We rounded up the company's biggest and most notable announcements.
Microsoft, Sony, and Google are investing in subscriptions and streaming to give gamers more choice — but the real challenge is changing the way...
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and more are investing in gaming subscriptions, but it may be difficult for them to revolutionize the industry.