This week on The Chrome Cast, our sights are set on NVIDIA’s suprisingly-good game streaming service – GeForce NOW – that came out of beta status and took the tech world by storm. In the Face of Stadia’s current doldrums of waning player engagement and lacking new game announcements, it seems that NVIDIA has launched at just the right time. With apps for Android, Windows, and MacOS, GeForce NOW is widely accessible and quite good at doing what matters the most: delivering cloud-based gaming without lag.
- We installed the NVIDIA GeForce NOW Android app on a Chromebook so you don’t have to
- Upcoming NVIDIA GeForce Now Chromebook support could be trouble for Stadia
- NVIDIA GeForce Now aims to take on Stadia with unique $5 approach to cloud gaming
- ‘Mushu’ could be the first Chromebook to utilize a discrete GPU
- Chrome 80 arrives for Android and desktop: Check out what’s new
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