Stadia Apple Tv – Here we can see “Stadia on Apple tv”
Apple won’t allow developers to submit apps to its App Store if their app store is included. This means that game streaming services such as Stadia, Luna and GeForce Now are not allowed.
There is an alternative way to stream games on iPads and iPhones. This is the online browser. Since its launch, Amazon’s Luna streaming service for games has been available on iOS devices. It works through the Safari browser. Now Google has trapped – you’ll use Stadia game streaming on iOS via a Safari web app.
Microsoft has recently announced that it will support Xbox Cloud Gaming for iOS in the next year. NVIDIA is also operating thereon.
While Google is working to integrate its game streaming service with iOS, Apple has been working with Google to make a deal for Apple TV to Chromecast… and HBO Max will finally be available on Roku devices tomorrow. It was also launched today on PS5.
Soon, you will be able to stream everything on every topic…or something.
Here is a list of the latest tech news from all over the internet.
Play Stadia on iOS [Google]
Google’s Stadia streaming game service has been updated to support iOS without requiring you to download an App Store. Instead, stir up Stadia.com within the Safari browser and sign in to your account to stream to an iPhone or iPad.
Supporting Raspberry Pi’s industrial customers [Raspberry Pi]
Raspberry Pi announces support for industrial customers. This already accounts for 44 percent of total sales. All existing products will be supported up to 2026 at the earliest. A replacement hub for documentation and a program with replacement approved design partners are also available.
Rockchip RK3566 and RK3568 datasheets and features comparison [CNX Software]
Rockchip has released detailed specifications for its upcoming RK3566 ARM Cortex A55 quad-core processors. The new chips are compared.
Intel Announces New Wave of Optane and 3D NAND SSDs [AnandTech]
Intel is updating its SSD & Optane line with new storage and persistent memory solutions for data centers and end-users. You can probably find the Intel 670p QLC SSD NVMe SSD or Optane MemoryH20 in consumer devices.
HBO Max is coming to the Roku platform [Roku]
Roku devices will soon be able to access HBO Max, which includes content such as Lovecraft Country and Watchmen, Game of Thrones and The Sopranos + Woman 1984. HBO Max is also available on the PS5.
The Apple TV app is on its thanks to Chromecast with Google TV [Google]
Google says the Apple TV app is coming to Chromecast with Google TV next year. You might find it cheaper to view Apple TV+ content on your TV rather than learning how to use an Apple TV box.
Ubuntu Touch OTA-15 brings bug fixes and support for more phones [Linux Smartphones]
You can now install the OS on your Google Pixel 3a and F(x)tec PRO1. You’ll also find bug fixes for Volla Phones and other devices that ship with Android 9. The UBPorts team is currently transitioning from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
PinePhone fingerprint reader accessory update [@thepine64]
Pine64 contacted this independent developer after he had created a functional DIY fingerprint reader that would protect the PinePhone. The answer is yes. In the future, expect a fingerprint reader for politicians.
GPD Win 3 handheld gaming PC in black [@softwincn]
If you’re curious about the GPD Win Max handheld gaming computer with a slider-style LCD covering a capacitive touchscreen keyboard in black (previous photos showed a grey/silver design), @softwincn has all the information.
Support: Ray Tracing on a SNES (Shironeko Labs)
Hacker adds ray tracing to SNES/Super Famicom (with support from an external chip that connects to the console via cartridge interface).