The co-founder of Valve tells kids to chase their dreams instead of keg stands. Gabe Newell's usual audience is legions of PC gamers. But in a recent Google Hangout organized by Code.org, he took on an even more demanding segment: school kids. Click here to read the full article
The founder of Valve, Gabe Newell, has long been publicly declaring how good the Linux operating system is and how bad is the Microsoft Windows 8 OS happens to be–despite the fact that the vast majority of the key players … Continue reading ?
The battle to separate the PC from PC gaming begins. Valve and Microsoft aren't friends, even though Valve boss Gabe Newell has worked at both. Steam has never taken any joy in launching on Windows desktops, any more than most people enjoy obeying the speed limit or paying taxes.Click here to read the full article
Valve president Gabe Newell anticipates "most significant collaborations" yet. Steam, the most popular core PC games platform in the west, has surpassed 65 million users, its owner Valve has announced.Click here to read the full art...
There's a custom Magic Card deck called The Indie Custom Cube. It features cards representing some of the world's most famous developers, companies, games and other assorted characters, including Gabe Newell, Notch, Electronic Arts, Phil Fish and Charles Barkley. Read more...
When Valve laid off around twenty-five employees, Founder Gabe Newell assured everyone they wouldn't be cancelling any projects. As it turns out, one got away - a pair of augmented reality glasses. Those glasses are still being built; they've just blown past their Kickstarter goal in a day.
We’ve been waiting six years for more Half-Life since the Episode 2 expansion of Half-Life 2. Numerous Half-Life 3 rumors have flown since, along with jokes that Gabe Newell can’t count to three. Now Valve has filed a trademark application...Show More Summary
If Gabe Newell laid down some real talk: then maybe he'd say some of the things in this fake but hilarious open letter written by Dorkly about Half-Life 3. Read more...
You think Willy Wonka's golden ticket was enticing? Well, he's got nothing on Gabe Newell.
In an interesting little nugget of computing and gaming history, it turns out that none other than Gabe Newell -- then a bigwig member of Microsoft's Windows team -- was one of the reasons that Windows became a viable gaming platform, and probably why Windows went on to completely monopolize the consumer computing market for almost two decades. Show More Summary
Given Gabe Newell's description of Windows 8 as both a "catastrophe" and a "giant sadness," it come as no surprise that his company, Valve, which distributes computer games to millions of players through its online distribution network, Steam, has gradually shifted emphasis to the open source operating system Linux. Show More Summary
Following Valve's Gabe Newell talking about the company's interest in bringing Linux to the living room, a teaser site has appeared. There are three announcements planned, according to Valve, with the first happening on Monday morning. "Last...Show More Summary
If anyone knows anything about Valve, Gabe Newell and Steam, it's that everyone involved has a real hard-on for Linux. Yes, Linux, the operating system that's free and yet most people have no clue what it is or how to make it work. Anyway,...Show More Summary
Speaking at LinuxCon in New Orleans, Gabe Newell, the co-founder and managing director of Valve, dropped a hint of new upcoming Steam Hardware. Besides in a surprising statement, he called Linux the future of gaming despite its very small share … Continue reading ?
LinuxCon has been going on this week, and lots of interesting news is coming out of the conference. Among other attention-grabbing events, Valve CEO Gabe Newell was speaking at the event and called Linux the future of gaming. Meanwhile,...Show More Summary
Valve has long touted the power of Linux as a gaming and networking platform, but at LinuxCon 2013 bossman Gabe Newell was really able to let his Linux love fly. He takes the crowd on a tour of gaming history, and how Valve is addressing...Show More Summary
Valve chief blasts PC market, promises big news is coming next week.
There has been a lot of speculation about the Valve Steam Box recently, it is now believed an announcement might be made as early as next week. Gabe Newell, Valve’s co-founder, referred to Linux as “the future of gaming” during his speech at LinuxCon 2013. Show More Summary
At LinuxCon, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell teased that the company's long-awaited hardware endeavor, the Steam Box, could be revealed as early as next week. Will we finally see one in action?