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Nvidia’s GeForce Now game streaming service just became available to everyone, and it’s already better than Google’s Stadia
The sheer number of games that work with GeForce Now already knocks Stadia out of the park, and there are other benefits, too.
Gamers are blaming ‘overheating’ Chromecast devices for games crashing on the new Stadia streaming service, but Google said the devices ar...
A Google spokesperson said that overheating Chromecast Ultra devices are not to blame for crashing issues, and they are working as intended.
To stream Nintendo Switch gameplay, you'll need a Twitch account, as well as a capture card and recording software. Here's what you need to know.
A single mom of three kids started streaming on Microsoft’s Mixer service earlier this year. In nine months, she’s gained the same number ...
"Lady" Desiree Wright plays piano for the internet masses. She made the jump from Twitch to Mixer earlier this year, and she isn't looking back.
You can stream on your PS4 just by pressing the Share button and configuring your settings to stream gameplay through a site like Twitch or YouTube.
Jessica Blevins, the 27-year-old manager and wife of the most popular video-game player in the world, reveals the inside story of Ninja’s move t...
For more than a year, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was synonymous with Twitch, Amazon's streaming service. That changed in August when Ninja moved to Mixer.
You can record gameplay on your PS4 by simply double-pressing the Share button on your controller while playing a game.
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.
Following the lead of Sony, Microsoft, Google, and EA, Amazon is reportedly getting into the business of video game streaming.
Playing "Assassin's Creed: Odyssey" in my browser made me realize that streaming video games will soon be as easy as popping open Netflix.