Tagged With Stadia

Microsoft, Sony, and Google are investing in subscriptions and streaming to give gamers more choice — but the real challenge is changing the way people play

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 5 most interesting things we just learned about the huge new 'Avengers' game arriving in 2020

Google's Stadia wants to make the hardcore world of PC Gaming more accessible for casual players

Google's Stadia can stream Xbox One and PlayStation 4 games to your phone or computer, but it might kill your data plan

Google finally revealed Stadia pricing, games, and release date

Google's ambitious attempt to upend the video-game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation is named 'Stadia.' Here's everything we know so far.

I'm a sceptical and nitpicky gamer who just tried Google's game-streaming service for the first time. Here's why Stadia surprised me.

Apple will reportedly invest $500 million or more in its upcoming Apple Arcade subscription service

The 4 biggest questions we still have about Google’s Netflix-like game streaming service

One crucial detail was missing from Google’s huge gaming announcement: games

AMD soars to a 5-month high

You're going to need pretty strong internet to run Google's Netflix-like video game service

AMD's CEO was at Google's big streaming video-game unveiling, and it may hint big plans for the future

Google's weird name and logo for its new gaming service is part of a clever disappearing act

Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video-game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here's everything we know.

Industry veteran Jade Raymond is in charge of turning Google into a major video game publisher — and that has huge ramifications

Google hid one of the oldest cheat codes in video game history on the back of its new Stadia controller

Google's new gaming platform, Stadia, launches in November — here are the games that have been confirmed so far

Google's new Stadia gaming service supports so many devices you might not need to buy anything