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Xtadia is an Xposed Module that lets you play Stadia on any Android phone and network

Google's Stadia game streaming service is already out and it's one of the main competitors in the now-rising game streaming space. Game streaming services are trying to position themselves as an alternative to actually owning gaming hardware, but before that can happen, it first needs to be readily available for everyone. As it stands, though,...

How to stream Google Stadia games on non-Pixel devices without Google Chrome’s desktop mode [Root]

Google's cloud gaming service is finally live after months of waiting. To sum up the launch, it's fair to say that Google overpromised and underdelivered with Stadia. Still, despite the fact that many features are missing at launch, shipment and codes were delayed for many users who pre-ordered, and games aren't running at the promised...

[Update 17: 22 Launch Titles] Google Stadia launches in November for $10 per month

Google Stadia has been one of the most exciting things to happen in the gaming industry this year. It brings high-quality gaming to the masses using Google's technology. Up until today, very little was known about the actual details of the service. Google has finally announced a game lineup, pricing, and launch date for Stadia. The...

Google Stadia AMA reveals Claw controller for Pixel phones, Chromecast Ultra update requirement, and more

With Google's Stadia launch just a week away, the team decided to host an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit to answer all the questions the community might have, and of course, there were a lot. During the AMA, we learned plenty of new information about what to expect when the cloud gaming service launches....

Google Stadia is coming to Android TV in 2020, possibly with Android 11 R

Each year, tech companies gather in Amsterdam for the International Broadcasting Convention. Think of it like CES or MWC but more aimed at the TV industry. Google attends the event to unveil the latest updates for the Android TV ecosystem, and this year was no different. At the event, the company unveiled its roadmap for...

Microsoft may be making a $60 mini Xbox for xCloud game streaming

Stadia, Google's ambitious cloud-streaming project aimed at gamers, is not exactly a one-of-a-kind service. We've seen similar services from the likes of GameCloud, Vortex, and Cloudzen. While they were all a nice idea, none of them really succeeded. A lack of big modern titles, coupled with unreliable connections at times meant that the services didn't...

[Discussion] Did you pre-order the Stadia Founder’s Edition bundle?

Google's game streaming service, Stadia, was announced back in March, but this week we learned many important details. We finally know how much it will cost ($10 per month), if there will be a free tier (yes), how many games will be available at launch (31), the price of the controller ($69), and more. Google...

Microsoft announces its progress on its xCloud game streaming service while Google teases new Stadia announcements

Cloud gaming and game streaming seem to be the new trends for gaming going forward. Game streaming platforms aim to bring high-quality gaming to everyone by eliminating the need to own expensive hardware: all you need is a decently fast and stable internet connection to get started. You'll have access to a library of cloud-stored...

Google Stadia is a game streaming service for Android, Chromecasts, Chrome, and more

We've been expecting Google to make a big gaming-related announcement since they launched (and closed) the Project Stream service last Fall. This was a thinly veiled test for a future mainstream service, and today, at GDC 2019, Google took the wraps off that service. Stadia is a full cross-platform game streaming service that doesn't require...