Behind the 'always-online' and 'pre-owed fee' PR disasters, there are deeper and more dangerous problems for Microsoft. Hear that? Is that Gabe Newell laughing or crying?Click here to read the full article Related Stories Parody: Microsoft's Xbox One meeting 'decoded'
How much does the internet love Valve's Gabe Newell? Enough to regularly draw fan art of the man, apparently. I've never seen anything like it. More »
Gabe Newell received a fellowship at this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, and took the opportunity to reveal that Valve's business was up 50 percent last year. "I think in the last year our business has grown about 50 percent on the back of the opportunities that have been created by having these open platforms. Show More Summary
Gabe says community created content has driven propsperity. An "insatiable demand" for gaming, and community driven efforts to satiate it has driven Valve's business to grow about 50 per cent, company co-founder Gabe Newell has said....Show More Summary
Yesterday Valve said it wasn't involved with the Xi3 Piston, dubbed the unofficial Steambox, in any way. Now, amid growing confusion, the people behind the $1000 Piston have had their say - and in the process have disputed Valve's vision for gaming in the living room. Show More Summary
Valve distanced themselves from Xi3's Piston via a public statement that came after an announcement that the Steam-ready console would cost $1,000. Now, Xi3's CEO says Valve asked him to build the Piston and that Gabe Newell requested that he keep details to himself on the project. According to Jason A. Show More Summary
Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show Valve's Gabe Newell let the gaming universe know that their living room home entertainment solution would be known as a Steam Box. The really good news was that there wouldn't be just one box, but a number of different boxes mostly dedicated to Steam and having various price points. Show More Summary
Virtual Reality is one of this year's big would-be comeback stories, led largely but the runaway success of the Oculus Rift Kickstarter and Valve's recent rumblings on the matter. Not surprisingly, that talk is set to continue at South...Show More Summary
If you thought the Steam Box was going to become a vapor ware dream, think again. Valve's head honcho Gabe Newell recently revealed how far along they are with the Steam Box and that they plan on consumer testing a series of prototypes within the next three or four months. It looks like the next-gen console race just got a little more interesting.
(Credit: Steam) Valve's highly anticipated Steam Box game console will be ready for testing in a few months time. Speaking to the BBC in an interview published recently, Valve CEO Gabe Newell said that the console should be ready for testing "in the next three to four months," adding that his company will pass out the device to customers to try out. Show More Summary
Valve continues to talk openly about its Steam Box game console without really talking about it. The latest tidbit comes from the BBC, which spoke to Valve head Gabe Newell about the PC gaming company’s plans for the living room: “We’ll be giving out some prototypes to customers to gauge their reactions, I guess, in the next three to four months. Show More Summary
'Noise, heat issues' challenge for gaming console - chief Game developer Valve will be pushing out prototypes of its living room download-and-play games box sometime in the next “three to four months”, company chief Gabe Newell has revealed.…
BBC recently got a chance to talk to Gabe Newell about the upcoming Steam Box, Valve's upcoming attempt to bring the Steam platform into the living room. Mr. Newell mentioned that a big hurdle at the moment is deciding on the right type...Show More Summary
Valve will give Steam Box prototypes to "customers" within the next three or four months, bossman Gabe Newell told the BBC. Newell didn't specify if these customers were developers, anyone in the gaming public or your cat, but he suggested...Show More Summary
It won't be much longer until a few lucky gamers will get a chance to try out an early version of the "Steam Box"--Valve's foray into TV-connected hardware. According to Valve head Gabe Newell, the company plans on "giving out some prototypes...Show More Summary
As it turns out, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell gets awfully chatty when he attends award ceremonies. His appearance at the (generally awful) Spike TV Video Game Awards got him ruminating about the future of living room PCs, and aheadShow More Summary
Gabe Newell says Valve is actively developing prototypes and expects to have them ready for consumers “in the next three to four months."
At least a few lucky customers will get their hands on prototypes the Steam Box within the next few months, Valve boss Gabe Newell says. More »
Early testers to also receive multiple controller designs. Valve boss Gabe Newell has said that Valve will be distributing prototype versions of its Steam Box to customers in as little as three months.Click here to read the full article Related Stories 'Deus Ex The Fall' domains registered by Square Enix Livestream: Tell us how to play... Show More Summary
The mysterious "Steam Box" will be ready to prototype in the next four months, according to Valve head honcho Gabe Newell. "We're working with partners trying to nail down how fast we can make it," Newell told the BBC ahead of this evening's BAFTA awards. Show More Summary