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Indie developers respond to Google Stadia

Is Stadia really there for everyone? It was no surprise that Google announced Stadia, its game streaming platform. There were rumors that the Internet giant had come into the console war. These rumors were enough to bring the biggest names in the gambling industry to Google's early event at GDC. The entire presentation room was a vision in white. A …

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The Google Stadia Backlash Has Begun

While people are still grappling with the technical ramifications of Google's stadia platform, gamers have taken deeper, more troubling questions. What do mods look like in a world of game streaming? What happens to game preservation? What happens if Google dwarfs gaming has the same name as search, browsers and advertising? And most worryingly of all, what happens later In …

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Do you play games in Google Stadia?

Happy Friday TA! Last week's poll determined our next TA playlist game. You can go here to find Bat results and see which game we will play from April 1st. This week we focus on the biggest story of the GDC: Google is officially on the gaming market. They were on stage to debut Stadia, their console-free streaming platform that …

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GDC 2019: Google forms a first-party games studio for stadiums

Google has finally given the world the first look at its big video game initiative: Stadia, an ambitious cloud gaming platform that allows gamers to stream games through smartphones, tablets, computers and TVs. The company has already announced a handful of third-party titles coming onto the platform, but it will also enter the game development stage with its own internal …

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Google Stadia: Practical Impressions with New Game Streaming Service from GDC 2019

Google announced at the GDC 2019 the announcement of Stadia, the cloud-based platform that delivers games from a remote data center to virtually any device – laptops, phones, tablets, PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, and Chromecast TVs – caused a sensation. All graphics processing is limited to external hardware, which means that your local hardware is lightly loaded. All you need is …

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"Energizing Times": Microsoft Becomes "Big" at E3 in Response to Google Stadia

Enlarge / This controller connector was featured in Microsoft's Xcloud promo video, and support for Bluetooth wireless controllers is also planned. [19659003] Microsoft announced its Xcloud Game Streaming service last August with the goal of bringing console-quality games to gamers wherever they are – on their tablets, smartphones, PCs or even consoles. Yesterday, Google joined the streaming gaming battle with …

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The EU condemns Google to $ 1.69 billion for bundling search and advertising efforts

Google and the EU Commission of the European Union are making all sorts of announcements lately. After realizing that Google would implement a browser and a search engine picker on Android devices in the EU, Google's advertising business will be fined € 1.5 billion (€ 1.69 billion). The recent European Commission's cartel verdict states that Google's bundling of its advertising …

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EU scores Google for a third antitrust fine

The European Commission on Wednesday ordered Google to pay 1.5 billion euros for abusing its dominant position in online search advertising. "Google has consolidated its supremacy in online search advertising and has protected itself against competitive pressure by imposing anti-competitive contract restrictions on third-party websites," said Commissioner Margrethe Vestager in a statement. Europe has received a total fine of 8 …

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Google Stadia: I'm incredulous when it comes to low latency

Google Stadia holds the promise: AAA games on almost any device with a video and Internet connection does not require a high-performance console or PC. Cloud gaming platforms tend to set expectations extremely high, but their Achilles heel is latency, the delay between pressing a button and the streaming game responding with an action. I have always had more than …

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