Gaming

Google Stadia vs. Nvidia GeForce Now

In early 2019, Google Stadia was officially revealed to the world after initial technical tests under the name “Project Stream.” The game-streaming service promises to revolutionize the way we play video games, eliminating the need to buy powerful hardware or even download games, and instead gain instant access the second you want to play them. […]

Emerging Tech

Digital Trends Live: Google Stadia details, Walmart’s in-home delivery, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, host Greg Nibler and Renee Abousamra of Brandlive discuss the top trending tech stories of the day, including the new Google Stadia game-streaming service, whether or not cellphone companies will block robocalls, Walmart’s testing of in-home delivery, EmDrive propulsion, Tech Briefs, and more. Later, Nibler welcomes Alex Johnson, […]

Emerging Tech

Google’s Stadia is the future of gaming, and that’s bad news for our planet

Daven Mathies/Digital Trends You’d have trouble finding Google’s data center in The Dalles, Oregon if someone didn’t point it out to you. The complex isn’t small – it takes up about 800,000 square feet, just slightly less than 14 football fields — but the unassuming silver-and-beige building doesn’t scream “high tech” unless you already know […]

Gaming

“Energizing Times”: Microsoft to “go big” at E3 in response to Google Stadia

Enlarge / This controller attachment was shown in Microsoft’s Xcloud promo video, and Bluetooth wireless controller support is also planned. Microsoft Microsoft announced its Xcloud game-streaming service last August, with the ambition of streaming console-quality games to gamers wherever they are—on their tablets, smartphones, PCs or even consoles. Yesterday, Google joined the streaming gaming fray […]