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Nvidia GeForce Now is coming to iOS devices

Nvidia has officially confirmed GeForce Now will soon be accessible through iOS devices, as it will be introducing a new Web Client beta that will

Google Stadia now lets you stream over mobile data, but why would you want to?

Stadia had a fairly big October, but one addition you may have missed was the arrival of game streaming over mobile data. Specifically, Google upgraded

Cyberpunk 2077: Google Stadia version is coming sooner than we expected

Cyberpunk 2077 is the latest project from CD Projekt Red, a Polish studio which has made one hell of a name for itself this generation

Amazon Luna vs Google Stadia: Which cloud gaming service is best?

Amazon’s September hardware event didn’t just deliver all the big Echo, Fire TV and Ring updates we had hoped for this year. It also marked

How long will Baldur’s Gate 3 be in Early Access?

Baldur’s Gate 3 has finally hit Early Access on Steam, Stadia and GOG, giving gamers a chance to play and give feedback on the new

Level Up: Google missed an open goal with the new Chromecast and Stadia

This week headlines were all about Google, and for good reason. The firm released, in our mind, its most interesting smartphones in years, returning to

MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth Controller review

Despite the new console hype, the future of gaming sits not solely with the likes of the Xbox Series X or the PS5, but in

Stadia Controller USB-C headset support finally arrives

Google’s official controller for its Stadia game streaming service has always been an odd duck. It turns out that when paired with a Chromecast, the

New Chromecast with Google TV won’t get Stadia until 2021

The new Chromecast with Google TV dongle will eventually have access to the Stadia cloud gaming app, despite it being MIA at launch. The new

New Chromecast 2020: Google’s streaming device leaked ahead of announcement

The leaks for Google’s latest Chromecast dongle are coming thick and fast and it’s expected to be announced at a Google event on September 30th.

70W NVIDIA Tesla T4 graphics could make Amazon Luna a poor fit for ninth-generation game streaming

Amazon recently announced specs for its Luna game streaming service, which pairs an Intel Cascade Lake CPU with NVIDIA Tesla T4 graphics. While the T4

Amazon Luna is a new Google Stadia and GeForce Now rival with some big games

The games streaming world just got yet another new competitor, this time from Amazon, called Amazon Luna. This new service takes on established players in

Amazon Luna: five things you need to know

At the September Amazon Event, the tech giant introduced a host of new products in its Ring and Echo line – and out of nowhere,

Amazon Luna vs Google Stadia vs Xbox Game Pass: Which is best for you?

Here’s how the big cloud gaming players compare With the reveal of Amazon Luna, the cloud gaming arena just got yet another major player. Luna promises

New Apple App Store rules probably won’t please xCloud and Stadia

In recent weeks and months, Apple has been catching some heat for its App Store rules, particularly as they apply to gaming apps. Not only

GeForce Now arrives on Chromebooks: What you need to run it

Nvidia’s GeForce Now puts real gaming into Chromebooks. Nvidia’s long-awaited GeForce Now arrived on Chromebooks Tuesday morning, giving gamers the ability to play their game libraries on

Nvidia GeForce Now review

A gaming cloud is forming — does GeForce Now impress? Nvidia’s GeForce Now is one of the many recently launched game streaming services. What distinguishes GeForce

Microsoft Project xCloud beta review (hands-on)

Xbox games on the go are hampered by one major issue Game streaming has been around in one form or another for years, most notably

iPhone 12 will lose out on Xbox Game Pass — here’s why

Apple’s App Store policies just gave Android a big gaming win Microsoft has pulled its testing of Project xCloud on iOS due to Apple’s restrictive App Store

There’s no Xbox Project xCloud game streaming for iPhone: Here’s why

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Project xCloud support may be launching next month, but iPhone and iPad owners shouldn’t expect to play the streaming games on

Far Cry 6: Everything we know about Ubisoft’s open-world shooter

Far Cry 6 is a new entry in Ubisoft’s flagship shooter franchise coming to current and next-generation consoles, and it’s set to stand out from

The PS5 and Xbox Series X won’t compete with Stadia: But Amazon might

Cloud streaming services like GeForce Now and Stadia will not compete with the Sony PS5 and Xbox Series X games consoles for quite some time, according to industry experts. Future Source market analyst,

Razer Kishi Review

There are lots of peripherals claiming they can turn any smartphone into a Nintendo Switch rival. With the the arrival of GeForce Now, Stadia and

Project xCloud: All the latest news, games and updates for Microsoft’s streaming service

Streaming is arguably the future of gaming. with Google Stadia and GeForce Now being some of the early players in the battleground, having recently been joined by Microsoft’s Project

Project xCloud: All the latest on Microsoft’s cloud streaming service

Many believe that streaming is the future of gaming. Google Stadia and GeForce Now are some of the early players in the battleground, having recently been joined by Microsoft’s

PUBG, FIFA, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and more coming to Google Stadia

Google has announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, FIFA 21 and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are coming to its streaming service.  Today’s Stadia Connect presentation included an abundance of announcements for the streaming service,

Nvidia GeForce Now: Google Stadia rival suffers another blow

Nvidia GeForce Now is a new cloud-streaming service that allows access to some of the latest video games without the need of a games console

OnePlus 8 will play Google Stadia, with support for other OnePlus phones soon

The OnePlus 8 is confirmed to be the next phone with Google Stadia compatibility, so if you’re looking for a new device that’ll let you

Google Stadia just got a bunch of handy upgrades

Cloud game streaming is set to become a more competitive marketplace, with Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now soon to be joined by Microsoft’s Project xCloud and

Google Stadia update brings 5.1 surround sound and an on-screen keyboard

A lot of people are turning to video streaming and games these days to while their time or to keep sane while secluded at home.