• Google Stadia controller tidbits: WiFi connection, USB compatibility, hands-on experiences, more

    3 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    Yesterday, Google revealed its vision for Stadia , a platform for game players, producers, streamers, and spectators. Paired with it, the company also unveiled a first-party game controller, which didn't get quite the same spotlight at yesterday's developer-focused event. Because of this, there's quite a few things that were easy to miss.
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  • Google's Stadia Will Work With Internet Speeds As Slow As 15Mbps

    Google's Stadia Will Work With Internet Speeds As Slow As 15Mbps

    3 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Google revealed its gaming streaming service called Stadia for Android smartphones, tablets, computers, and TVs yesterday during the Game Developers Conference and Eurogamer's Richard Leadbetter recently sat down with the company's VPs Phil Harrison and Majd Bakar to uncover more details about the search giant's latest venture.
    Talking about YouTube integration, Harrison said that Google's gaming service engages deeply with the YouTube technology so that people cannot only participate in games but also sit back and enjoy watching other people play. Essentially, this would allow Google to...
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  • Alphabet Scoop 046: Android Q, Google Pixel 3a details, and Google Stadia launch

    Alphabet Scoop 046: Android Q, Google Pixel 3a details, and Google Stadia launch

    3 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    This week we talk about the launch of the first Android Q beta, some exclusive Pixel 3a and 3a XL details that we got our hands on, and Google's Stadia game streaming service.
    Alphabet Scoop is available on Google Play , Google Podcasts , iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app , and through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast players.
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  • Google Stadia Will Support the Xbox Adaptive Controller

    Google Stadia Will Support the Xbox Adaptive Controller

    3 monthes ago - By Game Skinny

    While we still have some questions about Google's Stadia game streaming service, and now know that the Stadia-specific controller will be required for anyone wanting to play on their TVs , we do know that the service will feature adaptive technology on Day One.
    While Stadia is compatible with other controllers, as well as mouse and keyboard, it is also compatible with the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
    During the Stadia announcement , Google noted that those playing on PC could use any wired USB peripheral to play games through the service. This includes the Adaptive Controller, a peripheral...
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  • Google Stadia announcement tidbits: 15mbps connection, Chromecast details, pricing timeline, more

    Google Stadia announcement tidbits: 15mbps connection, Chromecast details, pricing timeline, more

    3 monthes ago - By 9to5Google

    Yesterday Google officially revealed Stadia to the world, the company's big game streaming project. Impressive is almost an understatement when looking at Google's ambitious new product, and that's before we even get pricing details or a list of games. There are still some details to be learned from the initial hands-on coverage, though. Here are some Google Stadia tidbits you might have missed.
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  • Game Streaming Startup Blasts Google Over Stadia Originality Claims

    3 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Andrew Sampson, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of American startup Rainway, blasted Google over many claims the company made during its Tuesday announcement of Stadia.
    The industry veteran dismissed most aspects of the platform from a standpoint of originality, noting how Rainway has been offering high-fidelity, low-latency game streaming experiences for two years already, without making any claims about being the first to do so.
    Laughable quality claims
    Stadia's current level of performance is something Mr. Sampson is describing as way overblown, especially seeing how several...
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