All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
An update to Mavericks lets high-resolution external displays take full advantage of Apple's crisp text and graphics.
It's a slobber knocker between two of the heaviest-hitting full-size tablets. Can Apple's iPad 4 keep its spot as the Prizefight champion, or will Google's Nexus 10 finally take it down? Let's get it on!
iTunes 10.3, which supports automatic downloads and previously purchased downloads from the iTunes store, is now available. The iCloud service will be available in its entirety later this year.
The updates address several areas of poor performance, limitations in Boot Camp, and potential crashes.
The iTunes update adds iOS 6 compatibility, among other features.
Apple has released the newest beta seed of iTunes 10.5 as well as iWork for iOS 3 to developers for testing.
Google + is making some changes, but hopefully it's only going to keep the G+ train going: estimates have it at 10 million users and on track for 20 million by this weekend. Yeah, no, really. Plus, Netflix makes a change that makes us sing and pushes you toward either DVDs or streaming, but probably not both. Plus, happy anniversary, Neptune!
Intel's new processors are about to make their debut. We test them out for the first time in a pair of laptops. Do they make great strides over last year's Sandy Bridge processors? Here are the results.
Apple has released a small update to iTunes 10.3 on the heels of its initial release, to address a problem with iPhone syncing.
Nexus Prime sightings, Google Wallet Hacked, in a good way, and HTC security flaws. All that and more on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly for October 5th, 2011.