Google Stadia is dead, but its controllers live on

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Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia, once hoped to usher in a new era of console-free gaming, has been turned off as of January 18, but the many gamers with Stadia controllers can still find a use for them. Gamers had feared that their Stadia controllers, which are similar enough to Xbox and PlayStation counterparts in design, would be bricked after Google axed its cloud gaming service. However there’s no reason for the controllers to become e-waste just yet, as they can still be used both using a USB cable connection and Bluetooth, provided you install a software update. Here’s what you need…

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