Steam continues to get bigger with another milestone being reached! Yesterday Steam shot passed 18 million concurrent users online.
The Linux market share on Steam has bounced backed a little in the latest Steam Hardware Survey for December 2017.
Happy New Year! Let's start 2018 with a bit of a joke shall we: Knock Knock. Who's there? Catbot. Banned. (Post updated)
With recent commits that fix bugs and allow newer Vega cards to pass tests for official conformance, development for radv continues apace. It’s a good time to look back and talk about just how far the driver has come in such a short time.
As the year draws to a close, here's a look at what's happened in the Linux gaming world across 2017.
This is sad, very sad. A developer from The Libretro Team has written up a blog post on the libretro site asking for us and others to highlight an ongoing problem of code getting ripped off.
I'm always interested to see what happens with the Linux market share on Steam, especially the bigger picture. Here's an alternative look at the Linux market share on Steam.
Another month and another Steam Hardware Survey, despite what some out there are saying, there is no cause for alarm.
This is pretty insane, Steam has broken another record for their concurrent user count hitting over 17.6 million.
The developers of this rather robust flight simulator have shared the latest round of user data and it shows that Linux usage remains at the same level.
This is rather unsettling to see, Humble Bundle has now officially joined with the massive media site IGN.
Every month Valve put out their hardware survey, inside it shows off the market-share of operating systems and Linux has continued to decline.
Game developer Atlus, who make the popular Persona series have issued a DMCA take-down against the developers of popular PS3 emulator RPCS3.
Review bombing is becoming more and more common, so Valve are looking into ways to sort out the mess that Steam user reviews are becoming. They've announced: histograms.
Announced via a tweet, Humble Bundle have officially announced that they've managed to raise over $100 million for charity thanks to gamers.
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