The Future on Your Wrist

Last week the Wearable Tech Expo took place in New York City, bringing with it new glimpses into an exciting avenue for tech companies. While convenient, modern technology has struggled to move beyond phones, and the potential for a transformative product remains obvious. Google Glass is of course t... [More]

To the Point: DirectX 12 Brings Change

Following up on our DirectX post, this week we’re taking a look at the recently announced DirectX 12. Since DirectX is a collection of APIs, the newest version will actually be a set of updates and features rolled out individually rather than a monolithic new product. Besides ensuring that dev... [More]

What is DirectX?

For developers of Windows applications, especially games, DirectX is one of the most important tools to master. It serves as an all-in-one gateway for full Windows integration. But what is it? DirectX is a set of APIs designed for Microsoft platforms. The “X” in DirectX serves as a sta... [More]

Goodbye, Ballmer

Steve Ballmer is leaving his post as the CEO of Microsoft within the next year. For more than a decade, Ballmer has guided the corporation through a gamut of software and hardware development, including the world-dominating Windows XP operating system, the Xbox video game console that continues to r... [More]

Quick thoughts on Build

There are many, many interesting announcements from Microsoft Build. Here are a few thoughts from Syncfusion’s perspective. The perfect platform for line-of-business applications Windows 8.1 further enhances the position of Windows as the first choice for line-of-business development. Th... [More]