If the Samsung Galaxy S5 Doesn't Tempt You, Maybe its Included Freebies Will

With the Samsung Galaxy S5 ready to hit stores, Samsung's making one final push to gain your custom. It has just revealed the premium "content gifts" it's offering alongside the handset, and they're not to be sniffed at. Read More >>

O2 Customers (or Crafty Deal-Hunters) Get Free Evernote Premium as of Today

Signed a couple years of your life away to O2? Here's something to cheer you up this morning -- all O2 customers, rich or poor, new or old, Pay-as-you-Go or contract, get a free 1-year subscription to Evernote Premium as of today. That's an offer worth £35, so if you're an Evernote user and an O2 subscriber, it's worth checking out. Read More >>

Evernote Loses Plot With "Smart Covers for Your Feet," AKA £53 Business Socks

Evernote, which makes a very nice mobile phone app, has expanded its product range in a shock new direction, offering a selection of "Japanese Business Socks" for the discerning international playboy. With an asking price of around $85 (£53) for just five pairs. Which is mad on at least three separate levels. Read More >>

Feedly Pro Will Offer Article Search, Evernote, and More -- For a Price

Maybe we should've known that the inevitable consequence of losing Google Reader would be paying for something else — or, at least, the option of paying for something else. The day has arrived. After years of serving up its services entirely for free, Feedly will now offer a "Pro" version — including many features you've come to expect for free. Read More >>

6 Obvious Evernote Features Google Keep Can't Replace

Since Google launched Keep yesterday, the question on everyone's mind seems to be how does it measure up to Evernote. Well don't think the newcomer is going to suddenly oust Evernote as the best service for interweb jotting. It's just way too barebones. Read More >>

Is Google Keep a New Google Drive-Powered Note-Taking Evernote Rival?

Looks like someone at Google slipped up and hit publish on something that the world wasn't meant to see just yet. Android Police managed to snap a load of screen grabs from a new Google Drive-attached service called "Keep" before it was rudely yanked from the internet. Read More >>

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Google Glass Will Work with Apps Like the New York Times, Path, Evernote and More

Google showed off some new features of Google Glass at SXSW and they could be quite useful. For example, the New York Times (and probably others) will be integrated with Google Glass so you'll see pop up notifications of breaking news. You can even peep pictures, headlines or have Google Glass read the news to you too. Read More >>

Evernote Was Hacked And Your (Encrypted) Passwords Got Stolen

If you go to log in to Evernote, you may find that you'll have to reset your password. Why? Well according to a post on the official Evernote blog, they were hacked, and while no personal information was snatched, emails, usernames, and passwords were. But luckily, those passwords were encrypted, but better safe than sorry. Read More >>

Skitch Founder Admits That Skitch 2.0 Is a Catastrophe

When Evernote pushed out Skitch version 2.0, a lot of users were pissed that some of the screenshot app's popular features had been pared down. Two months later, many old-school Skitch users are refusing to come back, so Skitch co-founder and chief designer Keith Lang has posted an admission that Skitch really screwed up. Read More >>

Evernote Completely Redesigned in v5.0 iOS Update

Version 5.0 of the awesome Evernote app has gone live on iTunes for its iOS users, featuring a completely new user interface that tears up everything that went before. Read More >>

"Evernote for Women" Is Happening, Because Ladies Need Their Internet Pink and Simple

Evernote offers a pretty excellent family of products. Even as a woman*, I can affirm this. Skitch, in particular, is a personal favourite. You'll see us use Skitch on photos in posts here on Gizmodo pretty regularly. Read More >>

Evernote and Moleskine Team Up to Help You Digitise Your Pen and Paper Scribblings

At this point, one of the last things keeping most people from composing all their notes in digital form is that they're fond of physical writing. Old habits can die hard. Realising this, Evernote and Moleskine have teamed up to create Moleskine notebooks specifically designed for use with Evernote. Read More >>


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