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Is SteamOS Ready for the Possible Steam Machines Launch in March?

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Valve has been working on its Steam Machines console for more than a year, but things have been very silent in the past few months. Rumors are now saying that in fact the Steam Machines will launch in 2015, but is SteamOS ready?

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Razer Cortex Lets You Stream PC Games to any Android Microconsole

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Plus, those without an Android device can pick up the new $99 quad-core Razer Forge TV microconsole.

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The OBox Is A Console’s Take On Android Gaming

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At CES this year, Snail, a Chinese gaming company, demoed a new console it is working to release early this year called the OBox. The device is essentially a modular — their word — computer that runs Android games.

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Razer Unveils Its $100 Android-Powered Gaming Console, Razer Forge TV

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Earlier this year, high-end gaming tech company Razer announced at Google I/O that it would be soon be making its first foray into Android-based gaming consoles. Today at CES, that device made its public debut. The Razer Forge TV is a micro-console, 4×4 inches and selling for $100, and Razer hopes it will give the company three new routes into your living room: as a platform for hardcore PC gaming, for Android gaming, and for Android-based entertainment services via Google Play. The Razer Forge TV is due out in Q1.

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Razer’s Forge TV is an Android micro-console with PC gaming roots

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When Google launched its Android TV software in June of last year, part of the big announcement was the promise of a new gaming micro-console produced by respected peripheral maker Razer. Today, that device has been fully detailed and specced out: the tiny Razer Forge TV runs Android TV on a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, costs $99.99 ($149.99 with a controller), and will ship in the first quarter of 2015.

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Leftovers: Gaming

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GNU Chess release 6.2.0

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GNU
Gaming

I am glad to announce the release of version 6.2.0 of GNU Chess.
GNU Chess is a chess-playing program. It can be used to play chess
against the computer on a terminal or, more commonly, as a chess engine
for graphical chess frontends.

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