Google on Tuesday unveiled its potentially revolutionary new video game streaming service, Stadia. The platform will allow users to stream video games across their desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets, and phones without the need for expensive hardware. It will allow for instant access, since no downloads are required. "The future of gaming is not a box. It's a place," said Google in a video announcing Stadia. Although users will be able to use USB controllers or a keyboard and mouse with Stadia, Google will also launch a controller. Stadia will work on devices with a Google Chrome browser

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