Valve’s Gabe Newell envisions a Steam-centered hardware platform that that commands all your home entertainment, on any screen across the whole house.
Valve's Steam gaming service has quietly exploded in popularity over the last few years. The platform continues to expand today with the launch of Big Picture. Now out of beta, Big Picture enables a new UI layer meant to be used (via HDMI) on TVs with a traditional gaming controller.
Everybody's favorite digital games storefront Steam is going to become an entirely different beast next month. Moving beyond only selling PC games, Steam will soon have a suite of creativity and productivity apps that'll gladly rob take your hard-earned cash.
Valve CEO Gabe Newell already spilled the beans on his interest in building hardware, but is the company behind PC gaming's popular Steam platform really gearing up to bump heads with Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo? We've compiled the rumors for you to call it legit or not.
If you don't know Valve, you don't know gaming. Gabe Newell, CEO of the company responsible for hits like Half-Life 2 and Portal as well as the awesome Steam platform says that building its own hardware is something the company might consider. Is that disruption we smell?
These days, everybody needs to have an iOS or Android app. Joining the pack is Valve the official Steam companion app. Finally.
Valve's Steam platform is in danger of turning into a nightmare similar to Sony's PlayStation Network hack earlier this year. Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve informed users that they've detected hackers have accessed a database with encrypted info. Newell's just not sure if any credit card info was stolen yet.
Conclusively proving that technology is indeed cyclical, BMW has successfully integrated a small steam turbine into a prototype 5 series that converts waste engine heat into electricity, resulting in a solid 10% increase in miles per gallon.
If you have a savings account you keep in case of a rainy day, now would be a good time to cut off your access to it.
Today's kids are too young to remember when the original classic Game Boy first came out some 20 years ago, but I doubt many will be fooled into thinking that it dates back to the Victorian era. Still, this...