Google Stadia, the company’s cloud gaming service, is its first serious entry as a distributor and publisher of big-budget games. Stadia streams games over the internet to Chromecasts, Chromebooks, Pixel phones, and the Chrome web browser. It certainly works, but despite the charm and an improved slate of games, Google’s cloud gaming service isn’t anywhere near what the group initially promised in March. While it does have a clearer picture than rivals, 4K doesn't really look like 4K. It can seamlessly transition between your PC and phone, but it doesn't work over LTE. There are also gobs of features missing at launch. It’s effectively a beta that Google is charging real money for, and you should wait until 2020 for that to change. 📷 : @holowatyrose