Google appears to be readying a new note-taking service. While we cannot necessarily call it a replacement for Google Notebook, it does appear to be along those lines. Well, that and maybe some potential competition for Evernote. The service is called Google Keep and hints of the service (along with the icon) have recently been discovered in the source code for the Google Drive website.
Evernote recently had a security breach. That breach occurred this past weekend and we offered a bit of detail on the subject yesterday. The short story here is that Evernote discovered and blocked suspicious activity and as a result, they initiated a system wide password reset. Basically, all Evernote users were required to pick a new password. Evernote seemed to handle this event quickly and appropriately, however it seems that they still have some additional plans in the works.
Evernote became the latest to post a security notice. The company had said they "discovered and blocked suspicious activity" on the network and as a result -- all Evernote users were required to perform a password reset. The methods by which Evernote handled this issue seemed to have been good, though there were some complaints.
Dolphin Browser has recently come available in the Google Play Store. The app has jumped to version 9.2.0, but perhaps more important than a number -- this update has brought several new features. Some of the goodies include improvements to sharing, remembering and integration with the desktop.
Evernote rolled-out the 2.0 update for the Skitch app back in late-October. That update was rather nice and included goodies such as deeper integration with Evernote. And well, it looks like another Skitch related update has come available in Google Play. This latest isn't full of new features, however it does include a handful of notable updates and improvements.
Evernote integration. Mysms and Evernote will now work in tandem to save logs of your text messages, creating a separate note within a dedicated notebook for each and every one of your text conversations.
Android out the door, and it brings some snazzy new features with it. There isn't too terribly much included in this update - which means the changelog isn't going to be a mile long - but what version 2.0 offers is worth checking out, especially if you use Skitch on a regular basis. Perhaps some of the most important changes include deeper Evernote integration, but you also have a couple new editing tools at your disposal, so read on to find out more.