HTC and Valve are being pretty aggressive with their VR headset timing - the recently announced Vive headset is supposed to be available to consumers by the end of the year.
Why is Valve getting into virtual reality? Why is Valve making Steam Machines and the Steam Controller? Why did Valve make its own Linux-based operating system? Why did Valve make the Steam Controller? Why is Valve releasing its game engine, Source, for free? It's the Steam economy, stupid!
Valve Software's quest to expand its reach in the living room is gaining steam with a set of new announcements today. The company announced plans to launch a low-cost box for streaming games to a TV, and said its long-awaited Steam Machine consoles will be available by the end of this year.
HTC and Valve announced this week the launch of the HTC Vive, a virtual reality headset.
Smartphone manufacturer HTC Corp and video game developer and publisher, Valve, announced a partnership to create a new virtual reality headset called the HTC Vive, this weekend at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.
Engadget announced the "Best of CES" winners Thursday night, and the biggest winner is a product that's just a prototype.
Valve’s co-founder Gabe Newell is grabbing big headlines at this year’s CES — without even trying. The former Microsoft exec turned gaming entrepreneur didn’t rent out a hotel ballroom or hire Big Bird or Maroon 5 to get the press’s attention. In...
What will your Nintendo 3DS be able to do in the future? Nintendo has given us a glimpse of what its device may do — and what it probably won’t. The Kyoto gamemaker is gearing up to launch Nintendo 3DS, a portable game machine with a glasses-free 3-D display, in the United States on March 27. Although 3DS sports a variety of built-in features like a 3-D camera and augmented-reality minigames, out of the box it lacks some features we would call basic — a downloadable games store, for example, and
Intel gave an exciting demonstration of its new Sandy Bridge chips at CES 2011, and presented compelling evidence to back up its claim that Sandy Bridge will be the cornerstone of computing for years to come.
Microsoft's Windows 8 could have a much stronger focus on gaming, a slip alleged today. The developer is said making gaming not just important but a "key component for the whole OS." What that would entail wasn't given to the TechRadar source.
The company has made periodic attempts to improve gaming in Windows, starting with DirectX in Windows 95 and including more recent additions like the Games section in Vista and 7. However, the company doesn't have a simplified gaming app store