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THQ considering Linux support for future releases

THQ considering Linux support for future releases

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few weeks (or just don't like video games all that much), then you should be familiar with the Humble THQ Bundle. THQ brought some triple-A flavor to the traditionally indie-centric bundle, allowing customers to name their own price on a bundle of games that included Saints Row: The Third, Darksiders, and Metro 2033. The bundle made over $5 million dollars in just two weeks, so in short, it was a smashing success.

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Nokia seeks Linux engineer, Android crowd goes wild

Nokia seeks Linux engineer, Android crowd goes wild

A Nokia job listing [since taken down] has been discovered seeking a Senior Engineer with Linux expertise, rather than Windows Phone experience, this leading the Android masses to have a freak-out-festival about the possibilities of a Google OS Nokia device. At the moment it's a nearly all-Microsoft party at Nokia with the latter shaking hands heavily with the former for the launch of Windows Phone 8 with devices like the Nokia Lumia 920, a hero for the operating system. With a Linux expert on their team, (not that Nokia doesn't already have engineers with such expertise), it would appear that Nokia is attempting to keep their ties with Android at least a possible future plan - but clues are dubious at best.

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Humble Bundle for Android 4 launches with six games

Humble Bundle for Android 4 launches with six games

Ready for more indie games? Hopefully you are, because the Humble Bundle for Android 4 has just launched, and it has some pretty excellent games in tow. After taking a brief break from gaming with a surprise eBook bundle, the folks at Humble Bundle are back with some more traditional offerings. As always, you get to name your own price for the bundle, which only serves to make the deal sweeter.

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Steam for Linux beta launches with 26 games

Steam for Linux beta launches with 26 games

Remember that Steam for Linux beta we told you about a while back? It launched today, giving a selection of users a first glimpse at Steam running on Linux. The beta is limited-access, so users needed to sign up to get an invite. Even if you signed up, there's still a pretty good chance you weren't selected as a participant with this first round of invites - if that's the case, then sit tight, because Valve will be sending out more invites to the beta soon.

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