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Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here's everything we know (GOOG, GOOGL)

Business Insider Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here's everything we know (GOOG, GOOGL)· *Google just announced a huge new gaming initiative: A Netflix-like video game streaming platform named Stadia.*
· *The service is intended to run high-resolution, blockbuster games on any device that runs Google's Chrome — from smartphones to computers to TVs and tablets.*
· *Alongside the announcement of Stadia itself,...
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Business Insider reports Google officially announced its detailed plans to enter the competitive video game business on Tuesday. Google's service is called Stadia. CEO Sundar Pichai says Stadia will offer blockbuster games on any device that can run the Chrome web browser, including tablets, phones,...

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