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Besides shipping a large Team Fortress 2 update for Linux gamers this weekend, Valve also released another Dota 2 update on Friday.
23 November 2013 - Dota 2 - 7 Comments
For those interested in some updated Team Fortress 2 gaming this weekend, Valve has updated the popular free-to-play title.
23 November 2013 - TF2 Gaming - 7 Comments
Besides the recent Steam update beginning to land SteamOS changes, the one year and one week old Steam Linux client saw some more improvements this week.
13 November 2013 - Valve Linux - 5 Comments
Valve has begun pushing Steam Big Picture changes for SteamOS into their public Steam client, but hidden behind a command-line argument.
11 November 2013 - SteamOS - 44 Comments
It was one year ago today that Valve first made available the Steam Linux beta! While Phoronix was exclusively covering Valve's Linux developments in the months prior, it was on 6 November 2012 that Valve began rolling out the Steam Linux beta to selected participants.
6 November 2013 - Steam Linux - 23 Comments
We knew it was coming and today it finally is publicly available... Metro: Last Light is available for Linux gamers via Valve's Steam client.
4 November 2013 - Metro: Last Light - 74 Comments
Valve has begun showing off their Steam Machines Linux-based gaming console prototypes.
4 November 2013 - Valve Prototype - 25 Comments
Valve has released their latest hardware/software survey statistics for the following month. Is Linux back above a 1% market-share for gamers?
1 November 2013 - Valve Survey - 28 Comments
While Valve is mostly centered around supporting Ubuntu right now when it comes to their Linux initiatives, the Steam client and its games will generally work fine on other modern Linux distributions. For making it easier to run Steam on Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the binary package has entered the third-party RPM Fusion repository.
31 October 2013 - Valve Steam - 12 Comments
In the latest code hitting the mainline Mesa Git tree is an Intel Mesa DRI driver improvement that can provide for significant performance improvements with Valve's popular Dota 2 online battle arena game.
24 October 2013 - Dota 2 - 9 Comments
Valve has updated the Linux build of the popular Left 4 Dead 2 game to fix some crashers and add microphone support.
12 October 2013 - Left 4 Dead 2 - 7 Comments
After announcing the Steam Controller / GamePad at the end of September, Valve has now released a video showing off the interesting gamepad in action.
11 October 2013 - Video - 31 Comments
In promoting their Linux-based SteamOS and forthcoming Steam Machines and Steam controller/input devices, Valve will be running their own "Steam Developer Days" conference that will focus on game development around Steam, their hardware devices, and Linux / OpenGL.
11 October 2013 - Valve Steam Developer Days - 6 Comments
While the Steam Machines prototype consoles are running with Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs, Valve has said in 2014 they will release some Steam Machines that are powered by AMD Radeon graphics.
10 October 2013 - Steam Machines In 2014 - 37 Comments
With Steam Machines and SteamOS just around the corner, Valve released a big update this week to their Steam client.
8 October 2013 - SteamOS - 5 Comments
Last week it was made public that the Linux-based SteamOS-powered Steam Machines console will use Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs in the living room prototypes shipping this calendar year. Now there's a bit more on Valve's relationship with NVIDIA.
7 October 2013 - SteamOS - 39 Comments
After last week announcing Steam Machines as the Valve-backed Steam "living room consoles" (a.k.a. Steam Box) powered by the Linux SteamOS, today Valve has released the prototype hardware details that they will be shipping to 300 beta testers.
4 October 2013 - Steam Machines - 116 Comments
Of the newest game releases on Steam, around 20% of them are supporting Linux from the start, but that will certainly rise.
4 October 2013 - To Increase - 25 Comments
Valve just revealed its third announcement of the week! After announcing the Linux-based SteamOS, then the SteamOS-powered Steam Machines game console, the Bellevue-based company just unveiled their own controller / gamepad!
27 September 2013 - Valve Announcement - 58 Comments
After Valve announced SteamOS on Monday as their highly-optimized Linux distribution for gaming, today they announced the first "Steam Machine", a.k.a. their SteamOS-powered console for the living room.
25 September 2013 - Steam Machines - 60 Comments
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