Valve has released Proton 7.0-5, adding support for several new games. It is available in Steam now by selecting Proton Next in the settings, a new pre-stable channel for extra testing.
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Saint's Row players rejoice! Wine 7.16 has been released and ships with fixes for this, Metal Gear Solid and Star Citizen. Though Deck owners may have to wait for these changes to be merged upstream.
Proton Calendar is now available for download on Android. It works like other calendar apps but boasts a high level of encryption to keep all of your events and their respective details safe.
SimpleLogin has said that it'll be joining Proton, the company behind privacy-preserving products such as ProtonMail and ProtonVPN. Not much will change for users but SimpleLogin gets a bigger team.
The ProtonMail for iOS app has been updated with conversation view and a dark mode. These two features will make it easier to read emails and make the process more comfortable overall.
Proton, in its recent 2022 roadmap update, has confirmed that it is actively working on a ProtonMail app for Windows. However, no release dates and such were shared at this time as it is still early.
There are eight Yakuza titles on Steam, and four of them are Steam Deck Verified. Three of those titles are the first in the series, so if you're new to it you will be able to start at the beginning.
Valve is absolutely executing on its marketing this time. When Steam OS, Steam Machine, and Steam Controller launched in 2015, the gaming public were confused. Not this time around.
Valve has learned from its mistakes and is working to add proper controller support to its back catalog, and thanks to a report, we know the latest to get this treatment is Half-Life 2.
Back in October, Valve introduced the Steam Deck Verified program, which aims to present useful glyphs on their store and in your library that indicate how well a game will run on Steam OS 3.0.
Proton has made enormous strides toward game compatibility through advances in related technologies like DXVK, which enable DirectX 9, 10, and 11 games to run through the Vulkan API.
According to a job listing, Amazon is looking to hire engineers proficient with DXVK, Wine (Proton), and Mesa in order to enable streaming Windows games on its Luna cloud gaming platform via Linux.
ProtonMail is allowing Free account holders to perform a few simple tasks to boost their email storage from 500 MB to 1 GB, but hurry because you only have 30 days to complete the tasks.
Every game on Steam is going under review at Valve to find out how they perform on the upcoming Steam Deck handheld PC. One of four grades will be given out to each title available on the platform.
The upcoming Steam Deck handheld of Valve won't be leaving behind popular multiplayer games, as Easy Anti-Cheat is now natively supported on Linux, macOS as well as Proton, and Wine.
Mozilla is set to release Firefox 89 today complete with the new Proton interface which attempts to simplify the browser. It also includes better macOS integration and privacy enhancements.
Mozilla has delayed the release of Firefox 89 by two weeks so that it can have extra time to test its new Proton UI which overhauls the tabbing experience. The new release date is June 1.
The latest Steam Client Beta update adds support for Mesa's new single-file shader cache format on Linux. The new caching system should lower the disk space used and improve frametime performance.
Valve has updated its Proton software to version 5.13-4. The release notes contain just one change; that it now supports Cyberpunk 2077. We won't know what the performance will be like until tomorrow.
Proton has announced its Black Friday sale. Discounts are available for a little under two weeks and if you get ProtonMail and ProtonVPN Plus you'll get early access to ProtonDrive beta.
ProtonMail has launched a new tool called Import Assistant. It's a premium feature that lets you import mail and folders from external IMAP addresses. It'll be extended to other Proton services too.
Proton has announced that its VPN service, ProtonVPN, is now available via F-Droid. Aside from the benefits F-Droid brings, Proton will reach more users where the Play Store isn't available.
The ProtonVPN app has been updated with a new feature called Smart Protocol Selection that helps users connect to the VPN even if the network administrator is trying to block VPN connections.
All of the ProtonMail apps are now open source and have passed independent security audits. The announcement comes after Proton open sourced the Android application earlier on today.
Proton Technologies announced several measures it is taking to assist in the fight against the coronavirus. It'll give computing resources to help find a cure and expand its VPNs to hand more load.
Proton Technologies has announced alternative routing, a feature within its apps that helps to bypass censorship in some cases. The feature will be optional with a toggle in the settings.
Valve today announced a new version of Steam Play, introducing a new compatibility layer allowing players on Linux to play Windows-only titles. The feature is currently in beta with limited support.