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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.
The 8 biggest tech disappointments in 2019 so far, from foldable smartphones to Apple’s canceled AirPower
From "Anthem" to LG's rollable TV, it's been a banner year so far for letdowns in the world of technology.
Google’s ambitious attempt to upend the video-game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation is named ‘Stadia.’ Here’s everyth...
Google's taking on heavyweights like Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo with a new video game platform named Stadia that's set to arrive this November.
Microsoft is playing a very patient game with the future of Xbox, and it should be the model for Apple Arcade and Google’s Stadia
The era of subscription-based cloud gaming is nearly upon us and Microsoft has the best blueprint for the future.
Tech giants like Google and Microsoft are battling to become the Netflix of gaming, but the CEO behind ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and ‘NBA 2...
Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick is hopeful — but cautiously tempered — about the promised future of Netflix-style video game streaming.
In a last major push before new PlayStation and Xbox consoles arrive, the first half of 2020 is flush with major video game launches.
The first-ever major "Avengers" video game is scheduled to launch in May 2020, and we just learned a ton about the long-awaited blockbuster.
The huge new ‘Avengers’ game is getting roasted because its superheroes look like knockoffs from the movies — here’s how they ...
A massive new video game starring the "Avengers" superheroes was revealed on Monday, but none of the characters look like their movie versions.
After years of blockbuster "Avengers" movies, Marvel's superheroes are finally getting an equally huge video game. See it in action right here.
The next entry in the open-world action series "Watch Dogs" depicts a near-future London where surveillance has taken over and the people rise up.