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Microsoft, Sony, and Google are investing in subscriptions and streaming to give gamers more choice — but the real challenge is changing the way...
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and more are investing in gaming subscriptions, but it may be difficult for them to revolutionize the industry.
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.
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.
Building a PC setup to play games in 4K can cost $1,000 or more, but Google is offering to stream games at the same level of quality for $10 a month.
Google’s Stadia can stream Xbox One and PlayStation 4 games to your phone or computer, but it might kill your data plan
You can play games in 4K with Stadia, but the best possible quality will use more than 15 GB of data per hour.
Google’s new gaming platform, Stadia, launches in November — here are the games that have been confirmed so far
Games like "Doom Eternal," "NBA 2K," and "Ghost Recon Breakpoint" will offer a solid foundation for Stadia, Google's streaming video game service.
I’m a skeptical and nitpicky gamer who just tried Google’s game-streaming service for the first time. Here’s why Stadia surprised me...
Playing a game on Google's Stadia felt like playing on my Xbox at home.
Analysts believe Apple's gaming subscription service could bring in more revenue than TV or news.
5 major tech companies, from Amazon to Apple, are trying to make the ‘Netflix of gaming’ — here’s how they stack up
Every major tech company, from Apple to Amazon, is trying to create the "Netflix of gaming." Here's what we know about each, and how they compare.