But will the decision stick this time?
Investor perception and forecast far exceed reality for the big tech players.
Google A3 supercomputer—purpose-built for AI.
Pages and videos will render faster if they have the bandwidth behind them.
It’s (another) goodbye to Google Glass.
Layoffs and delays plague the industry, leaving questions as to who will lead the charge toward our virtual future?
Google Ventures shakes hands with an unofficial alternative to the Meta Store.
Google abruptly shuts down Stadia. (Source: Google) Google is shutting down Stadia, its cloud gaming service that it launched in 2019. The service will remain live for players until January 18, 2023. Google said it will refund all Stadia hardware, software, and add-on content purchased from the Stadia store and Google Store. The company expects those refunds will be … Read more
We’re working remotely, playing remotely, and changing the computer landscape. Most digital gaming is an all or nothing proposition: you win, you lose and you blame your equipment. Now, some kinds of gaming are getting to be even more like real life. It’s still win and lose but people will be blaming some entity in the cloud instead of a … Read more
It’s a big season for gaming news. As it turns out, pandemic season is always a big season for gaming news. Google, not always the most communicative of companies, has made an impressive effort to clarify the options for its Stadia gaming platform and along the way is in the process of relaunching Google Chrome. Stadia has emerged as a … Read more
If AR glasses are ever to become common accessories for daily life and work, they are going to have to be lightweight, comfortable, and indistinguishable from prescription or sunglasses. For those glasses to be really useful, they’re going to have to be powerful—able to deliver a blended view of digital information with the real world. LetinAR, a Korean company, says … Read more
There was one thing that was truly revolutionary in gaming in 2019, the Google Stadia launch.