Google Suddenly Has 1 Incredible Advantage Over Microsoft, Sony & Nintendo. (Nobody Could Have Predicted This)
Imagine what it will be like: Google attacking the $140 billion video game industry later this year, and going head to head against Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. There's lots to keep an eye on, from how
Phil Harrison, vice president and general manager of Google, has indicated that he doesn't believe data caps represent a major challenge to Stadia, the company's upcoming video game streaming service.
• Google Stadia chief Phil Harrison suggests that Stadia titles will have a similar price-point to console games. • Harrison says the ability to play Stadia games on any screen justified the price. • Stadia
Sony. Nintendo. Microsoft. Google. Amazon. Walmart. Verizon. Electronic Arts. Nvidia. Each of these companies are giants in their respective fields — and every single one of them is or is said to be testing
Video game streaming from data centers is on the horizon. Video game streaming is a hot topic as the media wonders who will be the Netflix of gaming. At present, Google’s Stadia and Microsoft’s xCloud