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Cloverplay adds touch screen controls to Google Stadia and Microsoft xCloud on rooted Android phones

With more people than ever staying at home due to COVID-19, there's never been a better time to learn a new skill, work on your resume, catch up on the latest show, or play that new video game. If you're itching to play some video games during all this downtime and you don't already have...

Microsoft xCloud preview expands to 11 European countries

Microsoft's xCloud service builds upon the company's game streaming ambitions. Formerly known as Project xCloud, this service is designed to let users stream existing and future Xbox games to your console, PC, or mobile devices. What you get is console-quality games in a platform-agnostic manner, meaning that you can enjoy several of these on your...

Microsoft’s Project xCloud and Zoom Video are coming to Windows 10 on ARM

Windows 10 on ARM has been a pretty exciting project to follow, but it does come with some drawbacks. One of the biggest issues right now is gaming. Many Windows games haven't been compiled for ARM, not to mention Windows on ARM devices probably lack the horsepower to play intensive games anyway. Microsoft's Project xCloud...

Microsoft xCloud preview now offers 50+ games, to be launched in 2020 with support for DualShock 4 controllers and PC streaming

Google Stadia is coming in a few days' time with fewer features than we were expecting it to have, but if Google Stadia doesn't fit your bill, the good news is there are still plenty of game streaming services to consider if you want to play games but your budget doesn't allow for dedicated gaming...

[Update 4: Preview Adds More Games] Project xCloud lets you stream Xbox One games to phones and tablets

With so many devices in our lives having displays, people demand more and more interconnectivity. They want to be able to use apps, games, and services on all their devices. Buy something on one screen and use it on all the others. Gaming is a big part of this, and Microsoft is enabling this interconnectivity...

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...

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...