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Google to launch game streaming platform

Google announced a browser-based video game streaming service dubbed "Stadia" at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. The technology allows users to play games through their internet browser without waiting for content to be downloaded to a device, making access to games potentially as easy as watching a video on YouTube. #Google #Game #Stadia

Gaming Addiction: WHO recognises it as a mental health condition

Gaming Addiction: WHO recognises it as a mental health condition

Video games: A modern form of art | Showcase Special

Video games: A modern form of art | Showcase Special

Red Dead Redemption 2 sales reach $725M | Money Talks

Red Dead Redemption 2 sales reach $725M | Money Talks

Everyone is playing video games right now. And the industry is booming

Everyone is playing video games right now. And the industry is booming

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Bolsonaro or Lula?

Crisis pushing Tunisians out to sea

Crisis pushing Tunisians out to sea

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The internet is obsessed: Trevor Noah

BBC World Service to End 10 Radio Services

BBC World Service to End 10 Radio Services

Putin declares annexation of Ukrainian territory

Putin declares annexation of Ukrainian territory

Palestinian boy dies after being chased by Israeli soldiers

Palestinian boy dies after being chased by Israeli soldiers

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'Sarajevo Safari’ reveals 'manhunting' tourism in Bosnian War

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

Is this to aircraft what Tesla is to cars?

Is this to aircraft what Tesla is to cars?

A “journalist” or just a PKK terrorist?

A “journalist” or just a PKK terrorist?

Nord Stream pipeline leaks raise concerns of 'sabotage'

Nord Stream pipeline leaks raise concerns of 'sabotage'

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