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Google's Stadia game-streaming service lets you play games anywhere, if your Internet can handle it

Macworld Tuesday, 19 March 2019
At GDC 2019, Google took the wraps off its hotly rumored Stadia game-streaming service and a companion controller. It looks pretty wild—and bandwidth intensive.
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