Now a match-making service for gamers, online community, storefront, operating system, and platform, Valve Corporation's Steam humbly began life as a way to distribute patches for Counter-Strike. Times have changed, and Valve is taking Steam to the next level. Today the company is taking aim at the console market, and possibly your gaming rig as well. Stay tuned to this landing page for the latest on all things Steam.
Steam Machine makers supposedly won't make a lot of money from the hardware sales.
Steam's In-Home Streaming is finally out of beta.
You can now stream your games from one PC to the other.
This is an older tutorial that I wrote for the above purpose. Kind of outdated since steam now has in home streaming, but it is still nice for...
Epic Games has released a new version of Unreal Engine 4.
Never dish out your SSFN file.
Sources say it may not be until November before we see the final product.
Family Library Sharing is now out of beta.
Not only can you play The Witcher and The Witcher 2 for free this weekend; they're also super cheap until Monday.
Valve has made a mistake with the development of the Steam Machine, and here's why it's a big deal.
Valve will start testing Steam Music soon, so sign up now for the limited beta.
It won't be easy, though.
Valve now has a version of SteamOS that not only allows dual boot, but supports BIOS.
Sorry, no upgrading possible on this gaming rig.
Attendees of Valve's Steam Dev Days received a little present.
The invitations are going out. Will you be invited to the game streaming party?
Get ready for some benchmarks.
EA's Origin installed on a Steam Machine will be just fine for Gabe Newell.
The touch screen was removed from the Steam controller.
Xi3 wants to support EA's Origin too.
September sounds like a good time to launch new consoles.
SteamOS and the Steam Controller must be ready before Steam Machines can ship.