Posts Tagged ‘Steam’

Steam Chat app for iOS and Android has just been released for download. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Steam Link for iOS and Apple TV has been finally released for download. Here’s what you need to know about this.

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Valve today announced that Apple had rejected its new Steam Link app, preventing it from being released on the App Store, but it seems the issue may already have been resolved.

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Steam Link APK download beta for Android app is available right now. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Fans of gaming via Steam will be pleased to learn that the company today announced it will be rolling its Steam Link and Steam Video apps out to not only the iPhone and iPad but also the Apple TV in the near future.

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Valve may have only brought Bitcoin payments to the Steam PC gaming store in April of 2016 but now it has announced that it is ditching support for the cryptocurrency. Here’s why.

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Facebook Gameroom is available to download now. It’s a platform of sorts that essentially moves Facebook games off of the Facebook website and into a separate environment that, it is believed, will allow for greater game performance and encourage game development.

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PS4 user? You can now play Steam games on your game console thanks to a new Linux-based hack for PlayStation 4. Check it out right here.

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Here’s how to permanently delete or remove any game from your Steam library. This is useful for those of you who own a lot of games on Steam and are looking for a way to thin out the clutter

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A developer has released a video showing Apple TV 4 running Steam app streaming games from a PC. Here are the details.

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Valve’s Steam Machine project is an interesting one as far as the age-old problem of making PC gaming mainstream goes. The reason people like console gaming has always been the plug-and-play nature of the systems, with no configuration or upgrading needed. Steam Machines are supposed to help close the gap between consoles and PCs by packaging machines in fancy boxes that won’t look out of place next to a television, but what if you want to game on the go?

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Like most industries, the technology space can sometimes be full of misinformation and false promises, which makes it even more rewarding when companies actually come up with the goods. In an effort to instill the festive feeling amongst the Linux hacking community, Valve has come good on the promise they made earlier this week by making their SteamOS available for all to download.

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