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Project xCloud is coming to Canada

Sponsored Links Casey Rodgers/Invision for Xbox/AP Images Microsoft is making good on its promise to expand the Project xCloud preview in 2020 to include more than just three countries. The company has announced that its game streaming test will be available in Canada starting on January 29th, with registrations open as we write this. As …

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‘Borderlands 3’ and ‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2’ hit Google Stadia

Sponsored Links Gearbox Google is slowly but surely expanding the number of games available on Stadia, giving you and your friends (thanks to those buddy passes) more titles to play together. It emerged back in August that Borderlands 3 was coming to the game streaming platform, and today’s the day you can hop into the …

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PC-to-mobile game streaming arrives on the Galaxy Note 10

Sponsored Links Chris Velazco/Engadget Samsung’s PlayGalaxy PC-to-mobile game streaming app is ready to roll, provided you have the right hardware. The tech giant has released PlayGalaxy Link in the US and South Korea for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ owners who want to play computer-quality games on their handsets. You’ll need a reasonably brawny …

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Google shows how it could make a cloud-savvy game controller

Google/USPTO If Google ever makes hardware to go along with its rumored game streaming service, you might have an idea as to how it will work. Yanko Design has spotted a recently published Google patent application for an internet-connected game controller that would be independent of any one host device. It could receive notifications for …

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