The whole tech world is still buzzing about the search for Microsoft's next CEO finally wrapping up Tuesday, but as Satya Nadella gets comfortable in his new position, he'll certainly have some real problems to contend with, not the least of which is finding a way to make users embrace Windows 8 as he lives in the long shadows of Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Here's what else went down yesterday that you might have missed!
When it comes to apps users can't live without, Evernote's "second brain" technology would likely top many lists -- but a former TechCrunch journalist has called out the service and its frequently buggy software.
Tuesday was an exceptionally busy day for the tech world, and we wound up clipping probably three times the usual number of news items for possible inclusion in today's recap as a result. But instead of dumping all of that on you at once, we've managed to distill it down to the five stories you'll want to read up on most -- so dig in and enjoy!
Evernote is one of those services we've just grown accustomed to having around. The venerable organization tool is an absolute life-saver on both our Macs and iOS devices, and though many have tried, adequate alternatives are extremely rare. Thankfully, the Evernote team is not resting on its laurels, announcing big changes to both the mobile and desktop clients.