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SteamOS beta updated to support BIOS-based PCs and dual-booting

Valve's quickly eliminating SteamOS's biggest technical headaches, though these early builds are still only for the brave.

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Alienware's sleek, sexy Steam Machine will be impossible to upgrade or customize

Is a man not entitled to upgrade his PC whenever? “No!” says the man at Alienware.

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10 low-impact PC games that just let you chill

Sometimes you want to play dark and gritty games. Other times you need only a quick break from your routine. That's just what these 10 titles deliver.

Steam Dev Days

Hello new hardware, goodbye Greenlight: Valve's spilling all its secrets at Steam Dev Days

Valve's new Steam Controller, new virtual reality demo, and Gabe Newell reading bedtime stories—we have all the news from Steam Dev Days in Seattle.

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Alienware's Steam Machine gets a launch date, 'specs'

Alienware wants YOU to buy a Steam Machine...but not for a few months. The company announced more details at Steam Dev Days on Wednesday.

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Why Valve's hands-off philosophy stained the Steam Machines' big launch

There was a lot to like at the grand unveiling of the first wave of 14 Steam Machines, but Valve's hands-off approach feels a bit TOO hands-off.

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The PC games we can’t wait to play in 2014

It’s going to be a great year for the PC gaming crowd. Upcoming games will run the gamut from gut-bustingly hilarious to drop-dead scary to downright charming. We can’t wait for these 14 in particular to come out.

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SteamOS now supports AMD and Intel graphics

Valve’s Linux-based operating system, SteamOS, now supports AMD and Intel graphics thanks to yesterday’s update.

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Gigabyte's Aorus X7 gaming laptop stuffs two GPUs into a slim, sleek package

Thin is in with Gigabyte's latest gaming laptop.

CES PCs

The PC's weird and wonderful future

We saw the possible future of PCs at CES 2014, and it's...out there. Here are the eleven craziest devices we saw in Las Vegas.