"But Evernote’s not done taking precautions, with the company now planning to implement a two-step authentication system — a security measure that’s seen increased adoption among web companies like Google, Dropbox, and others"
Good. Let’s hope they use Authy.
Evernote to adopt two-step authentication after security breach | The Verge
"Maybe it’s a case of old habits dying hard, but I basically never find myself touching the screen. Honestly, I think it has more to do with the fact that it’s sort of a pain to reach up and touch the screen when you can just manipulate the on-screen elements using the trackpad where your hands already lay."
This is my problem with touchscreen laptops. If a trackpad + keyboard are available, and my hands are already close to them, why would I ever want to reach up and touch a screen?
The Chromebook Pixel Is The Most Brilliant Laptop You’ll Never Buy | TechCrunch
It’s all cartoony crap or in-app purchases for “power-ups”. Where art thou, Electronic Arts? 2K Sports?
"Minimalist to-do app Clear for Mac will soon support the Leap Motion 3D gesture controller, Realmac announced today on its blog. Actions like completing to-do’s, switching between lists, and scrolling through items will require only a flickr of the wrist — and the $69.99 Leap motion-tracking controller, of course, which is projected to ship within the next month or so."
Gotta admin, I’m not onboard the motion-control train. It’s not that I’m cheap (I am) or lazy (I once ordered delivery from a pizza place 1 block away). It just seems so unnecessary.
Clear for Mac shows off Leap Motion 3D support for gesture-based to-do’s | The Verge