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AMD at the fair GDC 2015

Next week begins the Game Developer Conference (GDC 2015) and thus one of the most important events in the world of game developers or we can say GDC is the world’s largest and longest-running professionals-only game industry event. 202 more words


DirectX 12: SFR Rendering (GeForce + Radeon??)

DirectX 12 is expected to bring a small revolution in the generation of 3D graphics – mainly due to its performance in terms of optimizing the configuration of multi-core processors. 324 more words


New Academic Stuff

Since these assignments have been marked some time ago, I thought I would let you try them out! Just to note that these are the compiled applications only, Staffordshire University technically owns the code that I wrote for these so no source code will be available, but for portfolio purposes the application is online for you to check out! 48 more words


10X performance improvement with DirectX 12

DirectX 12 will help to better exploit the potential of multi-core processors, and as a result get smoother animation in games. What gains should I expect? 150 more words


No, there will not be a Windows 10 flagship phone launching in May.

I decided to burst some bubbles, because I noticed some stories popping up on the interwebs today claiming Microsoft will launch a new flagship Lumia phone running Windows 10, either in March or May. 285 more words


Windows 10 Preview Hitting Phones Next Week? Maybe.

UPDATE: Microsoft released Office for Windows 10 on Wednesday, and indicated that Windows 10 for phones is not going to be released this week.

The Windows Insider app on Windows Phone has received a few updates, a rebranding, and a small UX overhaul since it was published publicly in the Windows Phone Store. 422 more words


The Next Windows is not a 9, It's a Full 10

Written 1/27/2015
by Gevorg Panadzhyan

We were all treated to a simple tech demo of Windows 10 a few days ago. Whether you like Windows or not, you are reading this for a reason. 1,298 more words