Apple Meets with Valve
Those of you who reload the Valve job postings page every morning hoping to find a way out of your meaningless, dead-end career may have noticed that the esteemed game developer is now looking for a couple of hardware engineers to "conceive, design, evaluate, and produce new types of input, output, and platform hardware." The job postings don't go into any specifics on what kind of hardware Valve is looking for help with exactly, but the company says it wants to "invent whole new gaming experiences" that can "enhance" the kinds of software it's already making. Some might immediately try to connect the job postings to recent rumors of a PC-based "Steam Box" game console designed to run Valve's digital distribution service. But it's just as likely that the company is looking for people to further develop the kind of biofeedback devices it talked about at last year's Game Developers Conference, or even work on its patent for a "pivotally translatable handle" controller that came to light last year. Or maybe it's
Mon 16 Apr 12 from Ubergizmo
Valve is researching wearable computers, Mon 16 Apr 12 from Ubergizmo
Valve Job Post Indicates Plans for In-Built Hardware, Fri 13 Apr 12 from Ubergizmo
Those of you who reload the Valve job postings page every morning hoping to find a way out of your meaningless, dead-end career may have noticed that the esteemed game developer is now looking ...
Fri 13 Apr 12 from Arstechnica
]]>SteamBox or no SteamBox, it doesn't matter. Whatever the case is, Valve is definitely cooking some kind of hardware that could take the entire gaming industry by surprise.
Fri 13 Apr 12 from Dvice
Rumors about Valve getting into the hardware game have been flying around for months, and Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent visit to Valve HQ added even more fuel to the fire.Cook was reportedly spotted ...
Mon 16 Apr 12 from Techradar
Tim Cook reportedly visits Valve headquarters in Washington state the same week that the gaming company posted a help wanted ad for someone with serious hardware skills? Holy conjecture, Batman! ...
Sat 14 Apr 12 from CNET Crave
Rumours that Valve is to make its own hardware moved up a notched this week with a job post hinting that this is indeed what the company is planning to do.The posting is for all to see on Valve's ...
Fri 13 Apr 12 from Techradar
A key member of American video game software development team Valve has confirmed that the company is researching wearable computing technology -- and Apple may be involved, according to various ...
Sun 15 Apr 12 from RedOrbit
Apple CEO Tim Cook was seen at the Bellevue, Wash. corporate HQ of gaming company Valve Software on Friday, raising questions about a possible collaboration between the two companies.Follow ...
Sat 14 Apr 12 from Examiner
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