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Steam Music Player does exactly what it sounds like

Valve’s game distribution service has been going through a lot of small changes recently: not only has Steam been given a fresh coat of paint and a completely redesigned storefront, but now it plays music, too. This isn’t a total surprise, of course…

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Steam Music Player does exactly what it sounds like

Valve’s game distribution service has been going through a lot of small changes recently: not only has Steam been given a fresh coat of paint and a completely redesigned storefront, but now it plays music, too. This isn’t a total surprise, of course…

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Valve Delays The Touchpad-Happy Steam Machine Controller

SteamControllerNotes The future of gaming will have to wait. Valve has pushed the Steam Machines’ novel controller release from 2014 to 2015. Essentially, it will be released when Steam thinks its ready and not a minute before. Smart. Hardware rarely recovers from a rocky launch. The minimum viable product has to be free of bugs and full of enjoyment — especially from an unknown hardware maker like Valve. Read More

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Another major game engine gets Linux support ahead of Steam Machines launch

The engine that powers the Crysis series, CryEngine, is headed to Linux. That means games like Crysis 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome could see ports on Valve’s forthcoming Linux-powered platform, SteamOS. At very least, it means that developers already…

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Steam Family Sharing exits beta, lets your borrow all of your friends’ games

One of the inherent drawbacks of digitally distributed games is that you can’t loan them out to friends, but Steam has rewritten the rules a bit. Now that Valve’s Family Sharing feature is out of beta, pretty much anyone can authorize another user –…

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Steam Family Sharing exits beta, lets your borrow all of your friends’ games

One of the inherent drawbacks of digitally distributed games is that you can’t loan them out to friends, but Steam has rewritten the rules a bit. Now that Valve’s Family Sharing feature is out of beta, pretty much anyone can authorize another user –…

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Steam Family Sharing exits beta, lets your borrow all of your friends’ games

One of the inherent drawbacks of digitally distributed games is that you can’t loan them out to friends, but Steam has rewritten the rules a bit. Now that Valve’s Family Sharing feature is out of beta, pretty much anyone can authorize another user –…

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Steam Family Sharing exits beta, lets your borrow all of your friends’ games

One of the inherent drawbacks of digitally distributed games is that you can’t loan them out to friends, but Steam has rewritten the rules a bit. Now that Valve’s Family Sharing feature is out of beta, pretty much anyone can authorize another user –…

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This new, low-end AMD graphics card’s meant for budget-conscious PC gamers, and maybe Steam Machines, too

Not every gamer has the desire means to get the latest and greatest graphics hardware. Fret not budget-minded PC aficionados, for AMD’s rolling out a new, more powerful low-end GPU that should suit your financial constraints. Called the Radeon R7…

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Steam In-Home Streaming preview: a short-range Slingbox for your gaming PC

With the right hardware setup, you may no longer need to sit in front of your gaming machine. With a PlayStation Vita, you can play PS4 anywhere in your house. With an Nvidia Shield, you can do the same with a Windows gaming PC. But what if you don’t want to buy a multiple-hundred dollar handheld game system to play Tomb Raider in bed? Valve is building a game streaming solution right into its free Steam game platform, so you can sling games from your beefy desktop PC to laptops as thin as a MacBook Air. Late last week, Valve invited a host of new users into the Steam In-Home Streaming beta, and we made it in. Read on for our first impressions.

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