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Google's Stadia cloud gaming service has some intriguing features, but little is known about game support and pricing. And Microsoft is busy prepping a rival service.
Gamers and investors have a lot of questions about Stadia, Google's forthcoming game streaming platform. One is what games will actually be available at launch.
What I notice, however, is just how fast the competition will come up behind GOOGL on this.
GOOGL's ambitious gaming has to answer questions before being called a true game changer.
Google wants to reshape how games are experienced with Stadia, its newly announced streaming service. But some gamers and industry watchers are scratching their heads over how well Stadia will work -- and how it'll stack up against Microsoft or Amazon.
As Amazon, Microsoft and Google tout their cloud and services offerings, Facebook and others are trying to carve out their own niche in gaming.
Google took the wraps off on Stadia, a new gaming platform that will make it possible to stream games directly by clicking on a Youtube button.
The gaming space is advancing faster than ever before and the biggest companies on the planet have clearly taken notice.
Stadia will allow players to join games instantly without the need for a console.
I think sometimes the best way to parse the temperament is to go over the most obviously 'wrong' moves and address why they might not be wrong at all.
Anchored by AWS and Twitch, Amazon is pitching an all-in-one toolkit for game developers. Its main rival is Microsoft, which announced a similar offering last week.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang talks about the demand for computing power at the company's GTC Conference.
Microsoft held its quarterly pivot at $116.13 Monday morning but is below its risky level for March at $119.29, where investors should reduce holdings on strength.
The time has come to initiate a former position that represents one of the best growth stories within artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The FAANG stocks led the market swoon but they are also leading the rebound. Alphabet, Amazon, and Apple are all showing solid gains year to date.
This stock has been a beautiful performer, but right now it is overvalued.
Nasdaq-100 futures offer multiple ways to protect against sudden swings when tech earnings are reported.
Microsoft continues to steadily compound profit and rewarding shareholders. Yet, many investors are not paying enough attention.
The Game Developers Conference kicks off soon, and Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and others are staking their claims in the fast-growing gaming industry.
At the Game Developers Conference, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon and others are staking out their positions in the fast-growing online games market.
Amazon is totally a monopoly, right? Wrong, says one of Jim Cramer's top researchers.
This recent oil price surge in price is not over, and not priced in. Here is how I am playing it.
Co-Packaged Optics Collaboration to focus on specifications for packaged integration of network-switching ASICs and optics
U.S. stock futures turn lower after a report says a summit between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping won't happen in March; Boeing's 737 MAX 8 jet is grounded by U.S. authorities; Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals reached by Facebook, a report says; Tesla will unveil its Model Y SUV on Thursday.
The chip giant is betting heavily on a strategy that involves supporting several types of processors, as well as software that can be used by different processing architectures.
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