Google Stadia started off with a pretty rough launch, but the company is adding new features rapidly, and it's introducing a new web store for games today.
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Google has started delivering another Stadia feature: Google Assistant integration, Don't get too excited, though: the integration is very limited right now.
Google's Stadia Controller will apparently get wireless support for phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops sometime in 2020 after Google only had wireless support for the Chromecast UIltra at launch.
Google finally starts sending out Buddy Pass to Stadia Founders Edition buyers after the company failed to deliver it on day 1.
Google's Stadia has a lot of promise on the table and some unique technology but they have a long uphill battle ahead if they want to make the service a success.
Google announces 10 new games for the day one launch line-up for Stadia as the company tries to tackle criticism over broken promises.
Google's Stadia Controller won't support wireless play on any other device apart from the Chromecast Ultra at launch.
Google announced its cloud game streaming service will be launching on November 19.
The Stadia Founder’s Edition is still available in the United States, but it has already sold out in most of Europe, Google says.
Google announces a bunch of new titles that will be coming to Stadia, including Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Cyberpunk 2077, Darksiders Genesis, and more.
Google says users will continue to be able to play games even if a publisher stops supporting the platform. There is still a small catch, though.
Google has been quite open about its Stadia gaming service, and Microsoft’s Phil Spencer promised xCloud details at E3. Nope.
Google just announced some big games for its upcoming game-streaming service that launches in November.
Google finally opens up about the pricing plans for Stadia, reveals availability details.
Google is launching a bundle full of Stadia goodies and hardware for the service's initial launch.
Bungie's Destiny 2 will reportedly be one of the big games available on Google Stadia, and get cross-saving tomorrow.
Google to reveal more details about its game-streaming service Stadia at E3 on Thursday.
On the same day Microsoft announced details on its game-streaming service Project xCloud, Google teased its fans with upcoming Stadia announcements on Twitter.