Five generations in to the Galaxy S range, Samsung has equipped the S5 with some pretty strong photographic street cred.
Download.com Associate Editor Jaymar Cabebe stops by to help Antuan Goodwin host today's show. We take a look at CNET's wishlist for the rumored next Nexus phone and, boy, are our expectations great. Leaked photos show that LG is taking aim with a dual-screen gimmick phone at an entry level price. If rumors are to be believed, Antuan will have something to look forward to on his HTC Thunderbolt and so do you Motorola Atrix 4G users. Jaymar helps us figure out what Yahoo is up to with its new Play music app for Android and Antuan encourages intellectual property theft. All of that, plus the answers to your emails on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
The tablet of the moment doesn't do handwriting well, but that's not necessarily the future.
AIR download for Windows and Mac looks to blur the line between the Web and desktop applications.
The screen-capture utility built into Vista--and available for XP--has a couple of useful tricks up its sleeve.
The new release has some problems with trial activation keys.
The new online-image rsizr quickly crops and rescales your photos, but the coolest feature is an intellligent algorithm that can enlarge or shrink images while maintaining focus on the areas you select.
Utilities Updates: Synchronize! Pro X 5.0b1; GraphicConverter X 5.7.4; Login Logout Tasks 1.0; more
Research firm IDC gives a glimpse of little discussed emerging technologies that may one day lead to great changes in the industry.
Wacom, a Vancouver, Washington-based maker of tablet input devices, is offering what could be the display of the future.