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Your First Look at Google's 'Cloud-Native' Stadia Game Streaming Service

Real Money Stock of the Day Google is trying to totally reshape gaming. To an audience of developers and game enthusiasts, Alphabet's Google announced Stadia, a new gaming platform intended to revolutionize the way games are experienced. The service involves a wifi-connected controller and a lot of processing power -- made possible by a custom GPU that Google partnered with AMD to create -- as well as a vast array of data centers, and Google's own Youtube. The big idea is that gamers can click on a button or link directly from Youtube, and that will take them directly to a streamed version of the game -- on any device or browser. Google is up against some stiff competition, however, with Amazon and Microsoft also expected to roll out game streaming services. Google said it'll be out sometime in 2019, in the U.S., Canada, The U.K. and most of Europe. Related. How to Use the Daily Sentiment Indicator Wondering what's in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS Charitable Trust Portfolio. Want to be alerted before Cramer buys or sells these stocks? Learn more now. Watch Jim Cramer's Daily NYSE Show and Replays Below
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