We never like to kick off a recap with news about a product or service going down the tubes, but that's exactly what's happening with the folks at Springpad. Initially launched six years ago as a competitor to Evernote, Springpad announced that the service will be shutting down for good on June 25, taking all of its apps and sync with it. The company is working on an export tool to allow its more than five million customers to migrate their data elsewhere, and plans to have more details next month. We now return you to our regularly scheduled Wednesday recap...
Updates, updates, updates! We're chock full of them in today's recap, whether you use Facebook Messenger, Adobe Muse CC, Aperture or iPhoto, Parallels Desktop for Mac 9 or even watch Netflix on your television. Go forth, read about them and then click those update buttons (where applicable) to get the latest and greatest!
Why should Premium users be the only ones with secure accounts? After several months, Evernote finally opens its two-step verification to all users, complete with instructions on how to get it up and running.
Yesterday, Apple finally came around on the subject of two-step verification. And for many, the move seemed like Cupertino was taking a stronger stance on protecting those valuable Apple ID accounts. But unfortunately, a new security hole may have opened in the process.
This morning, a large number of Twitter users received an email from the social network, claiming their passwords were reset. The Twitter team believed some accounts had been compromised, and took immediate steps to block potential hackers. But this afternoon, the company's apologizing for maybe going a little overboard.