Lilbits 6-11-2020: Game Streaming expansion

Google’s Stadia game streaming platform officially works with computers, Chromecast Ultra media streamers, and a limited number of recent Android phones. But now Google has added beta/experimental support for just about any recent Android device which could turn the device already in your pocket into a game console. Stadia for phones also now includes support for […]

NVIDIA GeForce game streaming service exits beta with freemium pricing

Late last year Google launched its Stadia game streaming service, Microsoft kicked off a preview of its Project xCloud. But NVIDIA’s been beta testing a game streaming service since 2013. Now it’s finally out of beta and available for users in North America and Europe. NVIDIA’s GeForce Now game streaming service is a little different from […]

Lilbits 317: More 2-in-1 Chromebooks

Microsoft isn’t the only company with a new tablet powered by a 6 watt, dual-core Pentium 4415Y processor based on 7th-gen Intel Core “Kaby Lake” architecture. Chrome Unboxed spotted evidence suggesting that HP will offer a version of its Chromebook x2 2-in-1 device with the low-power chip, possibly offering a cheaper option than the $600 […]

NVIDIA GeForce Now is a gaming PC in the cloud (that streams to any Mac or PC)

Want to play high-end PC games, but don’t want to buy a high-end gaming PC? Last summer NVIDIA launched a beta of a service that essentially lets you play stream games over the internet from a remote server with the power of a GeForce GTX graphics cards. At the time the service was only available […]

NVIDIA GeForce NOW: Stream games over the internet for $8 per month (Shield only)

NVIDIA is officially launching its game streaming service that lets you play PC games on an NVIDIA Shield Android device without downloading them first. GeForce NOW is a subscription-based service available in North America, the European Union and Japan for $7.99 per month, although the first three months are free. GeForce NOW launches October 1st with […]