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Will Google Stadia Make or Break AMD Gaming?

On March 20th, it was announced that Stadia would be using chips from AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) for powering its Stadia systems. Naturally this confidence caused the share price for AMD to rise quite considerably, but by the end of the day things had cooled off and AMD’s gains from the news had faded. Currently AMD is known for supplying the custom APUs (accelerated processing units) in Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s Playstation 4. These are designed to merge both the CPU and the GPU for the systems onto a single die, which has the effect of making the production

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When Is Google Stadia’s Release Date?

So far we know that Google Stadia is—at least to a degree—considering boycotting the E3 convention in favour of hosting its own event. But what about the release date of the Stadia software itself? All we really know from the GDC is that the server will be coming out at some point in 2019. Honestly, that’s not really very much for excited fans to go on. Many gamers were left feeling a little lost and uncertain about Stadia after the GDC, where Google originally unveiled its plans for a cloud streaming service. With no reference to a price or release

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Will We See Stadia at E3?

E3 is one of the biggest gaming conventions of the year and has been accepted in the industry as the best choice of venue for releasing information about new and next-generation hardware. It therefore seems obvious that Google would be giving out more details about Stadia there. And yet, in reality, it is uncertain if they will be presenting at all. So far we have been told that Stadia will definitely be making a public appearance in June, the same month as the E3 convention. In an interview with Polygon, Harrison made it quite clear that “the summer is when we

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Smart TV Cloud Gaming – Cloud Gaming on Smart TVs

Next-Gen Google Stadia Smart TV Cloud Gaming is Possible! So long are the days where you need a powerhouse PC in order to play the latest game titles, or even games at all! Smart TV Cloud Gaming has been revolutionized by the announcement of Google’s cross platform cloud-based streaming gaming platform, Stadia. Google Stadia is positioned to be the premium option for Smart TV cloud gaming. Do you own a Sony, Samsung or other Smart TV? Be prepared for the greatest Smart TV cloud gaming experience possible with Google Stadia. With the announcement of Google Stadia, the gaming industry as

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Google Will Develop Exclusive Games For Stadia

In an interview with Gamespot, Phil Harrison announced that Google is going to be branching out further with Stadia and creating some of its own unique games to run on the system. These games are said to be exclusive to the Stadia cloud servers and that it will be impossible to provide downloads to be used on other systems. In the interview, Harrison said, “It was a conversation that I had with Google leadership before I joined the company. My point of view was in order to really deliver on the promise of this platform, we had to build our

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From Project Stream to Google Stadia

Google Stadia has sent a wave of anticipation through the gaming community—whether it is a nervous or excited energy will depend on your expectations of the cloud—but it is not actually Google’s first attempt at a game-streaming service. Late last year, Google released a beta version of Project Stream, an experiment which they had created alongside Ubisoft. They had beta users test the (at the time) almost brand new game, Assassins Creed Odyssey, on their everyday-use laptops and computers. The results of the beta were surprising to most people involved; the gameplay was comparable to what you would expect from

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