Posts tagged with: Google
Google Stadia and the (Two) Accessibility Lessons Left Behind
Google Stadia is officially being discontinued, but we look at what two lessons the platform can teach us about accessibility.
Google Pixel update introduces live captions and text-to-speech accessibility for calls
Google has announced Google Pixel phones have a new update that adds live captions and text-to-speech accessibility for audio calls.
Doodle Champion Island Games Is Adorably Simple but Leaves You Lost
Doodle Champion Island Games is available to play from your browser, and with 3 accessibility advisors behind it, we checked it out.
Stadia Tandem Allows Secondary Controller Connection for Accessibility
Google has introduced Stadia Tandem which allows for a secondary controller to be connected in a similar way to Microsoft's Co-Pilot.
Google Stadia – An Exercise in Inaccessibility
Google Stadia, the virtual console/game service/whatever you want to call it, launched to very mixed reactions on November 19, 2019. At launch, there were 22 games available with only one of them, Gylt, being a Stadia exclusive title. As curious as I was about how well the service would work, the fact that I already […]