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Devs of the C4 Engine Say Mac OS and Windows Are Superior to Linux, Support Dropped

Developers of the C4 Engine, a proprietary game engine used in numerous titles, have decided to drop the Linux support because they say the open platform is a nightmare to work with. Not many people heard about the C4 Engine, although it's been in the works for the past ten...

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Intel Releases New Version Of XenGT Graphics Passthrough

The latest quarterly update to XenGT for Intel Graphics Virtualization Technology is now available that allows providing a complete vGPU solution with mediated GPU pass-through...

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Steam Machines Will Be "Front and Center" at GDC 2015, Valve Confirms

Valve has once again released a statement concerning its planned presentations at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 event in March, now confirming that the Steam Machines will be "front and center." Valve made a lot of waves in the games industry back in late 2013, when it confirmed that...

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Rumors Arise Over State Of Steam Machines & SteamOS

At this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas there are no big Steam Machines announcements but just much talk about the state of affairs for Valve and their Steam Machines and SteamOS projects...

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CES 2015: Intel Introduces Compute Stick with Atom Quad-Core CPU

The PC-on-a-stick will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.1 for $149, or Linux for just $89, when it starts shipping in March.

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