• IDG Contributor Network: The coming virtual desktop/gaming war: Why your 2025 PC will be in the cloud

    2 monthes ago - By Computerworld

    [Disclosure: AMD and Microsoft are clients of the author.] This week Google launched their cloud gaming service called Stadia which is built on AMD's processor and graphics platform. Given AMD also supplies core technology to both Sony and Microsoft, this should provide a faster port of console games that are cross-platform to this new service, as well as the promised support for PC games, giving the platform a strong first mover advantage. The thing with gaming, however, is that it pushes the performance envelope as much if not more than workstations do and if you can do games in the...
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  • Googles Stadia looks like an early beta of the future of gaming

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    Google may have just unveiled the future of gaming at the Game Developers Conference , but its a future the company has left us knowing very little about.
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  • Google Stadia: 5 big questions that still need answers

    Google Stadia: 5 big questions that still need answers

    2 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    With a release date inside 2019, Google Stadia seems like a cloud gaming service that should be pretty much ready to launch. To that end, we've got a few unanswered questions we'd like to explore. Like what will this service cost, and at what point can I play Crysis on my device that was never, ever meant to handle such...
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  • DOOM 2016 - Google Stadia Gameplay

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    Gamespot got the chance to rip and tear all over again playing DOOM 2016 on Stadia, Google's new video game streaming platform, at GDC 2019.
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  • SEO: Gadget Lab Podcast: Google Takes on Microsoft, Amazon in Gaming

    2 monthes ago - By Wired

    Google's just-announced cloud gaming service, Stadia, holds the promise of seamless, multi-device gaming. Is it too good to be true?
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  • 10 key battles that will define the future of gaming as next gen draws near

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    As cloud gaming rewrites the rules, the war for next-gen supremacy will be fought across data, services, exclusives and faux friendships
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  • What does Google's Stadia mean for Nintendo and its future?

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    Google just announced Stadia, a game streaming platform that will launch in 2019. What does this mean for video game companies like Nintendo?
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  • Google Assistant complimented Cortana to tease Stadia gaming service

    Google Assistant complimented Cortana to tease Stadia gaming service

    2 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Earlier this week. Google unveiled its Stadia game streaming service. It goes without saying, but it's likely Google has been working on Stadia for the past several years. It turns out the company has been teasing the service for a while, as well. On Friday, Reddit user ‘dustxx' shared a response Assistant used to give when users asked about Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant. “Cortana is so cool. She gets to assist in the Halo games and in real life. Maybe someday I can help out in video games too ” It just so turns out that helping in video games is exactly what Assistant will get to...
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  • Google Stadia: Phil Harrison Talks Exclusive Games, Data Caps, And Pricing

    2 monthes ago - By GameSpot

    The big news out of GDC 2019 this was was Google's announcement of Stadia , a new cloud-based streaming service for video games. While not unexpected, it does represent a massive company entering the gaming industry, and doing so in a way that could have major implications for the future of games. After the news broke, we got to sit down with Google VP Phil Harrison to chat about many of the big questions that emerged. During its GDC 2019 keynote presentation , Google announced Stadia will initially release sometime later in 2019; at first, it'll be available in the US, Canada, UK, and...
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