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iFixit Steam Deck Replacement Parts to Let You Fix Anything

The teardown and repair experts at iFixit pulled the trigger on publishing listings for replacement parts for Valve's Steam Deck a little too early on Saturday (via The Verge). Valve launched the Steam Deck back in February. The portable gaming PC was promptly torn down by iFixit for an assessment of its repairability, with the teardown...

Valve Steam Deck Reviews Roundup [LIST]

Valve's $499 CAD portable PC gaming device, the Steam Deck, finally launched on Friday. So far, the consensus about the handheld device is that it is awesome and will blaze the trail for a new generation of gaming, but the state it is currently shipping in isn't, strictly speaking, complete. "The Steam Deck is incomplete,"...

Valve to Launch Steam Deck on February 25th

Valve has announced that its portable Steam-based handheld Steam Deck console will launch on February 25, 2022. Those who have secured a preorder for the hardware will receive an email on that day asking them to finalize their order. After a slight delay nearing the end of 2021, Valve is readying itself to launch its...

Valve Launches Steam Chat App for iPhone and Android

Valve has launched Steam Chat for iOS (and Android), bringing yet another app to mobile, after the company’s Steam Link app launched last week. Steam Chat essentially brings most features of the desktop chat client to iOS and Android, allowing gamers to take their conversations on the road. You’ll be able to see your friends...

Apple Explains Why Valve’s Steam Link App Was Rejected from the App Store

Apple recently rejected Valve's Steam Link after initially approving it, citing "business conflicts," leaving many customer unhappy about the decision. Apple VP Phil Schiller has stepped in to clear the air. That's according to a new report from MacStories, which explains that Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller weighed in on the matter...

Apple Rejects Valve’s Steam Link App Citing ‘Business Interests’

Valve’s Steam Link app has been rejected from iTunes by Apple, effectively blocking its release on iOS, according to Valve. According to a new report from CNET, the Steam Link app, which allows Steam users to stream their library of PC video games to a smartphone where they can play them while at home, was originally approved for release on May 7, Valve said, and...