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The SteamBoy is a new handheld gaming device running SteamOS scheduled for launch next year, featuring a 5-inch touchscreen along with physical controls, quad-core CPU, 4GB RAM and 3G connectivity.
Valve has announced it has pushed back the launch of its Steam Machines efforts from the fall of 2014 to sometime in 2015, stating the need to make improvements to the Steam Controller.
In a new article on plans to launch Steam Machine PCs based on Valve's SteamOS, an executive at Dell's Alienware unit claims its product will be the "least profitable system we ever sell."
Valve has released a new version of its SteamOS beta ISO that adds support for older BIOS-based PCs, along with better dual-booting features, custom partitioning and more.
Alienware plans to launch new versions of its Steam Machine PC each year, but their model won't be able to be upgraded like most of the other third party Steam Machines.
Valve is currently in the process of sending out more invites to the beta of their Steam in-home streaming functionality. Beta users have reported a wide range of issues.
Valve's reveal last week at CES of the first wave of Steam Machines that will run SteamOS was a major letdown. The company should start small instead of allowing third parties to flood the market.
Microsoft's Xbox chief product officer Marc Whitten said in a new interview he is "not sweating it" when it comes to Valve's push to put Steam Machines in the living room to compete with the Xbox One.
The CEOs of ORIGIN PC and Falcon Northwest talk to Neowin about their plans to launch Steam Machine PCs that will have Valve's SteamOS installed and why they think it will be good for PC gamers.
Valve has announced that 14 companies have plans to release Steam Machines in 2014, using SteamOS. However, many of these PCs will offer options for dual booting with a Windows OS.
The 2014 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show gets underway next week in Las Vegas, and we have a quick look at the products and trends that might get the most attention during the event.
The Linux Foundation has announced that Valve has officially joined its organization as part of Valve's push for its Linux based SteamOS and its Steam Machines launch in 2014.
Valve has announced that its Steam PC game download service now has over 65 million accounts and over 3,000 games just over 10 years after it officially launched in September 2003
Some independent game developers have gotten a chance to play with prototypes of Valve's newly revealed Steam Controller and have offered their opinions on the trackpad-based device.
PC maker Xi3, who once partnered with Valve on developing its "Steam Machines" efforts, is teasing an announcement relating to its own PISTON gaming PC that will be revealed Monday.
Valve has officially announced plans to allow up to 300 outside beta testers to get their hands on a free prototype of what Valve calls a Steam Machine, which will be made by several companies in 2014