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Court says Apple case should be resolved in the US, but allows Google case to proceed in the UK
A new lawsuit targets Google, Bungie, and id Software over Stadia's streaming resolution
Phil Harrison reportedly praised the studios' good work "establishing a strong lineup of Stadia exclusive games"
Latest podcast available now, explores Embracer's M&A strategy and the latest woes for Google's cloud games service
No hindsight was needed to see that Google's Stadia first-party development plan didn't make sense
If cloud streaming is just a new distribution option, not an enabler of revolutionary new games, it will never fulfill its promise
Stadia should never have been billed as a major console rival
Update: Apple says Epic's "reckless behavior made pawns of customers", and it "looks forward to making this clear to UK courts"
Commissioner concerned over the "vast power" they wield, suggests it drives developers to manipulative monetisation
Over 225 Google employees have formed a union after over a year of behind-the-scenes organization
With Apple blocking games streaming via apps, Google moves Stadia to Safari as a web app
Fortnite firm has suggested February 2021 as judge tells both companies to "get moving"
Investigation recommends stronger antitrust actions, but requires Congressional approval for further action
A coalition of 150 Indian companies pushed back against Google's upcoming policy
App may not work properly on devices running Android 11 or later, Daydream View headset no longer for sale
Google's new replacement for Stadia-compatible dongle won't officially have game streaming for several months, but Stadia Android app can be sideloaded
But it's also doubling down on its requirements that it get a 30% cut of Play Store sales
First studios in the program describe the pain points and perks of developing for the cloud gaming service
Firm says it has yet to be officially served a complaint, but will challenge "based on circumstances unique to Android"
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