Typically we don’t do announcements of announcements. However in Valve’s case it’s not entirely clear if there’s actually going to be an announcement at GDC, so let's take a quick look at what Valve is up to. Valve has put out a press release today announcing that the company will be at GDC and will be showing off several hardware initiatives at GDC. Among them will be the final version of the Steam Controller, more Steam Machines, “new living room devices”, and the eye-catcher of the group, a new hardware system Valve is calling SteamVR. Valve of course has been working on all of those initiatives for some time now, very publicly in the case of the Steam Machines and Steam Controller, and much more quietly...
Pat Gelsinger and Dadi Perlmutter are on stage and are going to be talking about everything from Nehalem to Larrabee and Atom.16 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/19/2008
Newegg invited us up to tour their latest warehouse and agreed to give away five Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650s to AnandTech readers.79 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/20/2008
We played with OCZ's "brain mouse", looked at ASUS' HDMI equipped sound card that will enable high definition audio codecs over HDMI from a HTPC, saw some more 4-series...27 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/5/2008
CeBIT just begun and as an esteemed colleague put it, it's like a big Computex. Motherboard and chipset announcements galore!25 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/4/2008
We got some shots of a USB 3.0 cable, spent some time with ASUS' EeePC, toured Stanford's Robot Car and did much more at IDF as the show winds down.11 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/20/2007
Want an Intel processor in something that looks like an iPhone? Welcome to a preview of 2010.6 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Howard Johnston on 9/19/2007
Our IDF coverage continues with even more detail on Nehalem and Penryn, as well as Pat Gelsinger's demonstration of USB 3.0.9 by Anand Shimpi & Larry Barber on 9/18/2007