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Fedora Started The Tests For KDE 4.11 One Day After Their 10 Year Birthday

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Fedora 20 Heisenbug will be released mid-December 2013, if no delays will occur until than. It will represent an important release, since it will be the first Linux system that comes with native

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Steam For Linux Celebrates Its First Birthday Today

Hello Linux Gamers. As you may know, Steam for Linux celebrates its first birthday today, since it has been officially released on the 6th of November, 2012. Now, after one year, there are more than 370 popular Windows games, including

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SteamOS Will Be A Gaming Linux System Only, Focusing On Steam Running In The Big Picture Mode

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has announced that their SteamOS will not be an Ubuntu derivate, a while ago. Now, new information has been leaked to the press. It looks like SteamOS will not have a file

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The Latest Steam Client Has Been Added To The RPM Fusion Repository For Fedora 20, 19, 18, 17

Hello Linux Geeksters. The latest Steam client has been officially added to the RPM Fusion, third party repository, for Fedora 20, Fedora 19, Fedora 18 and Fedora 17, in order to make it easier for the Linux users to install

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Linus Torvalds Talks About Valve’s SteamOS At LinuxCon

Hello Linux Geeksters.  Asked about Valve’s SteamOS, this is what Linus Torvalds, the Linux godfather said at LinuxCon: Valve’s Steam for Linux is the best opportunity to help the Linux desktop, he said. They’ll do this by setting a standard

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Nvidia Has Just Announced The Extent Of Its Involvement In Valve’s SteamOS

Hello Linux Geeksters. A while ago, Valve has announced that they will release their own gaming console called SteamBox (or the Steam Machine), running SteamOS, a new Linux system created by them. For now, we only know the possible hardware

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The First Steam Machine Gaming Console Models Have Intel CPUs And Nvidia GPUs

The story so far: In the last two weeks, Valve has announced SteamOS, an open source Linux based gaming systems, the Steam Machine (also known as SteamBox), a gaming console running on SteamOS, to compete with Xbox and PlayStation +

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Valve Has Annouced Their Newest Product: The Steam Controller Gamepad

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Valve has been very active this week, announcing many new products, like SteamOS and the Steam Machine. Now they gave information to the press about a new project, called the Steam Controller Gamepad,

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Linux News: AMD And Nvidia Announced Their Support For SteamOS

After the official announcement of SteamOS, a brand new open-source gaming Linux system developed by Valve, the major graphics developers AMD and Nvidia have also announced their support for SteamOS. AMD has been really present in the Linux community, since

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Valve Officially Announces Their Own Linux Based Gaming Console Called “The Steam Machine”

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may remember, Valve has announced their Debian/Ubuntu based gaming Linux system, called SteamOS a few days ago. Today, they have announced the Steam Machine, a gaming console running on SteamOS. For now, there isn’t many

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