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Google Makes Stadia Game-Streaming Service Free

Google is removing the $130 entry fee for its Stadia cloud-gaming service indefinitely. Giving anyone and everyone access to its catalogue of AAA video games during the coronavirus pandemic, reports the NY Times. This move gives people in 14 countries...

Google Stadia To Launch on Samsung, Other Android Smartphones

The oft-discussed game-streaming platform Google Stadia will be coming to Samsung, Asus and Razer phones as soon as 20 February, writes The Verge. Google announced today that Stadia will be working on some Android phones from Samsung, Asus, and Razer....

Microsoft’s Upcoming Tablet Could Feature xCloud Game Controller

Microsoft’s Surface Neo, their upcoming foldable tablet, (which features Microsoft's new Windows 10X OS) is implied to have a function as a gaming device, according to My Broadband via a new patent. The patent shows that the Surface Neo could...

Microsoft’s xCloud Gaming Services Comes to iOS but Apple is Making the Rules

Microsoft, who has just recently announced a cloud gaming team-up with Samsung, has expanded its Project xCloud gaming service to iPhone as well, but the software colossus has had to abide by some of Apple’s stringent rules, meaning the...
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Dell Empowers Modern Workplaces with AI Innovations

Dell Technologies is poised to unveil the most expansive range of commercial AI laptops and mobile workstations, aimed at...
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