In this week’s episode, we are mainly dominated by the announcements surrounding Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service. With availability, pricing, and an initial game lineup finally revealed, we take some time to react to all that could be coming in the near future.
We also talk quite a bit about iPad OS and the new announcements surrounding Apple’s update to the iPad lineup. With rumors of mouse support and the announcement of a “desktop class” browser, there were rumblings that Chromebooks should be worried.
Finally, we spend some time talking through some pretty great improvements coming in Chrome OS 76 for Linux apps. You can find links to all the things we discuss below. Enjoy!
- Why I Think Google Stadia Will Be The Real Deal
- Then There Were Five: Chrome OS Adds New, Quick-Fix Channel
- Small Change Makes Big Difference In Chromebook Settings For Chrome OS 76
- Google Expands Consumer Chromebook Market In Australia
- iPads Getting Desktop-Class Browser and Mouse Support: Trouble For Chromebooks?
- Chrome OS 76 Vastly Improves Gaming and Graphics Performance For Linux Apps [VIDEO]
- It’s Not Just You – Linux Apps Are Completely Broken With The Latest Dev Channel Update