App makers say wearable computers will be just one of many screens we’ll use. And that means in the future they’ll be designing for the person, not a particular screen.
Microsoft recently brought its note-taking app to iOS. It’s still missing one pretty big piece, but it’s also a really useful service for those who use both Mac and Windows.
Want some different options for blogging and digital publishing? Here are six startups to check out.
Clipboard, a startup that launched in May 2012, has been acquired by Salesforce, the team announced Thursday. The company allowed users to “clip” material from across the web into private collections.
Want to build collaboration into your new applications? You might want to check out Firepad from Firebase.
Who says paper is worthless in the age of iPad! Moleskine, the favorite notebook of tech people, went public today, and is valued at $626 million. It is a nice windfall for technology investor Index Ventures.
Set up by WebEx founder Subrah Iyar and launched in January, Moxtra offers an intriguing collaborative service for students and small businesses. Now it’s also available in 18 more languages.
An update to Evernote for Android includes new photo features, shortcuts and enhanced document search for premium users.
Evernote and Germany’s Deutsche Telekom signed a strategic partnership, with the first fruit being a free year’s Evernote Premium subscription for Telekom customers. That Premium offering now has a new feature, too.
Twitter turns seven and gets 200 million users; Hashtag is the new like; Kickstarter and Veronica Mars have a successful date; iWatch or iNot; Keep it away plus some other stories from the week and our Structure highlights.