Google has big plans for ChromeOS beyond catering to students and those looking for an ultra-affordable computer. The company is priming ChromeOS to help fill the gaping hole that Stadia left behind, and it’s partnering with what used to be its cloud gaming competition to do it. Watch CC Off en The Best Smart Display For Controlling Your Dumb Home ROG Flow Z13 Gaming Tablet Review April 28, 2022 Steam Deck Video Review March 7, 2022 Google’s latest endeavor hopes to spin the Chromebook platform as an alternative gaming device for folks who don’t necessarily have the time or money to manage a full-blown PC gaming setup or console. The company synced with three major Chromebook OEMs to manufacture laptops with specs specially tuned to this kind of use. Asus’s Chromebook Vibe CX55 Flip is a convertible model that boasts a 15.6-inch touchscreen display with … [Read more...] about Are You Ready for a Cloud Gaming Chromebook?
Stadia is not blog post Watch CC Off en The Best Smart Display For Controlling Your Dumb Home ROG Flow Z13 Gaming Tablet Review April 28, 2022 Steam Deck Video Review March 7, 2022 That $60 copy of Elder Scrolls Online I purchased a few months ago? That will be refunded by the time the service shuts down. Fortunately, my avatar is synced through Bethesda’s cloud services, so I won’t lose any of my legacy gameplay. Harrison cites the lack of “traction” for why Google is shuttering its cloud gaming service. ...while Stadia’s approach to streaming games for consumers was built on a strong technology foundation, it hasn’t gained the traction with users that we expected so we’ve made the difficult decision to begin winding down our Stadia streaming service. Advertisement The post attempts to balance the sour news with the fact that … [Read more...] about Google Killing Stadia, Issuing Refunds for Hardware and Games
SpaceX is moving forward with its plan to create a new satellite network aimed at ending dead zones for certain T-Mobile customers. Watch CC Off English Astronomers Could Soon Get Warnings When SpaceX Satellites Threaten Their View Taking out the Trash (in Space) July 12, 2022 Three Astronauts May Be Stranded on the ISS After Disturbing Soyuz Coolant Leak December 21, 2022 This week, the Elon Musk -led space company filed a request with the FCC to equip 2,016 of its second approved SpaceX’s request to launch 7,500 additional second-generation Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit. SpaceX and T-Mobile announced their partnership vision during a live event earlier this year at Space X’s Texas Starbase. Executives from the companies said the new network, in theory, could provide “near complete” cellular coverage in the U.S. … [Read more...] about SpaceX One Step Closer to Offering Starlink Through T-Mobile
If you’re still using old Wi-Fi security cameras around your home, they might be broadcasting directly to the internet where anybody can watch you. Old Security Cameras Are a Privacy Nightmare You may have noticed security cameras in the news recently because of various privacy debacles like eufy’s cameras allowing for wide-open no-verification streaming . Then of course, there was the other debacle with Wyze cameras , too. Even robot vacuums with their roving camera eyes are getting bad press lately. While issues with current hardware are worth talking about, to be sure, what we’re focused on today are old security cameras. There are thousands upon thousands of old 2000s and 2010s-era Wi-Fi security cameras in use around the world. RELATED Don't Let Your Robot Vacuum See You Naked Not only are these old IP Wi-Fi security cameras long outside their lifecycle—and thus not receiving any security updates—but many of them were never configured properly in … [Read more...] about PSA: Your Wi-Fi Camera Might Be Streaming to the Whole World
Nintendo started a renaissance in handheld gaming with the Switch, but it was the advent of game streaming that has reshaped what portable gaming can be. Big budget AAA titles, once relegated to powerful consoles, can be now be played anywhere, and it’s ushering in a new wave of handhelds designed specifically for streaming games, including Logitech’s new G Cloud, which promises great battery life because it doesn’t need a beefy processor on board. Watch CC Off English Steam Deck Video Review The Surprising Origins of Absurd Gaming Hardware May 9, 2019 How to Set Up Private Relay in iCloud+ October 29, 2021 Developed in cooperation with China’s Tencent, the Logitech G Cloud was announced today with a design that’s reminiscent of the Switch and Valve’s Steam Deck: a generous 60Hz LCD touchscreen, measuring in at 7-inches in size with a 1080P resolution, … [Read more...] about Logitech’s $350 G Cloud Game Streaming Handheld Promises an Impressive 12 Hours of Battery Life
Chromebooks have graduated from the classroom and are ready to have some fun. Recent changes to the Chrome OS code indicate Google is working to bring full RGB keyboards to Chromebooks—a feature that suggests full-blown gaming systems are on the way. After all, Watch CC Off English Making the Facebook Papers Public Steam Deck Video Review March 7, 2022 Nobody’s Really Watching Reels September 16, 2022 Spotted by 9to5Google , this RGB key support lets you individually adjust the intensity of each red, blue, and green key light. This way, you can fine-tune the brightness and color of each key, just as you would on a gaming Windows PC. For now, the feature is only available via an internal command for devs, but it could soon arrive on upcoming laptops. While Google hasn’t confirmed the feature, 9to5Google found encouraging evidence that the RGB support is … [Read more...] about Gaming Chromebooks Running Steam Are Reportedly On the Way