Steam Survey has revealed that Nvidia outsells AMD by a massive margin, enough so that its RTX 3090 outsold all of AMD's RDNA 2 cards combined.
Valve's Steam Hardware Survey shows that the Linux gaming market share has reached 1.0%, with an even higher outlook for the future.
The UI from Valve's upcoming Steam Deck games machine will replace the desktop app's Big Picture Mode, a forum post has confirmed
Emulator platform RetroArch is headed to Steam for the first time ever in an exciting bid for retro game enthusiasts.
With the unveiling of the new Steam Labs online hub today, we can have a glimpse at what developer Valve has been experimenting with.
Valve has apologized for a misunderstanding with its Grand Prix event during the Steam Summer Sale that's resulted in tons of indie developers seeing their games delisted from users' wishlists
Valve has finally released its Steam Link app for the Apple TV and iOS devices after App Store policies delayed its launch for over a year.
Steam ID Finder reported that more than 1 billion accounts have been created for the Steam gaming platform.
Valve has turned to Steam Link Anywhere and the largely open source Steam Networking Sockets APIs to help make sure Steam can withstand increased competition.
It turns out there's an easy way for developers to cheat the system so their games appear on Steam's "Popular Upcoming" list.
Valve announced that it's retiring the Video section of Steam as part of a "refocus" on gaming-specific content in the marketplace.
Valve announced that starting January 1, 2019 the Steam client will no longer work on PCs running the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems.
Valve announced that sold it's all its Steam Link stock in Europe, is close to selling out in the U.S. and doesn't plan to manufacture any more units.
Valve announced beta testing of a new feature in SteamVR called Motion Smoothing that "enables more players on more PCs to play high-fidelity VR games and experiences."
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