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Google’s ambitious attempt to revolutionize video games is turning into a free service ‘over the next few months’ amid criticism fro...
Google's ambitious video game service, Google Stadia, is getting a free tier "over the next few months."
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.
Some of the people who made an early bet on Google’s ambitious attempt to revolutionize video games are losing patience
Even the most dedicated early adopters of Google Stadia, the search giant's big gaming project, are losing hope.
Google bought a game-development studio that has only one game known to be in production, and Google isn’t saying whether it will be available o...
Google's new video-game service, Stadia, has gotten off to a rough start. Google is hoping a studio acquisition will help to get people interested.
Smartphones of the future could work in a completely different way thanks to 5G, and it means you’ll rarely have to upgrade
Smartphones can't become obsolete if they don't actually run our apps. In the future, we might be streaming our apps over 5G.
Microsoft’s Xbox streaming app isn’t official yet, but it’s already way better than Google’s new video game service
Microsoft's Project xCloud is offering twice as many games as Google Stadia during a free test period, and it works on way more phones 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.
I’ve been playing games on Google’s ambitious new Netflix-like game service for the last week, and it’s clear the service isn’...
Google's first big push into video games arrives this week with Google Stadia, but it's not ready for the spotlight just yet.
Google’s ambitious new video game service is starting to look like a giant mess — and it isn’t even live yet
Google's facing major issues with its first-ever video game platform, and it's not even live yet.
Stadia will launch on November 19 with a dozen games including "Red Dead Redemption 2" and "Mortal Kombat 11."