This simple app has a humble goal: to act as a scratchpad for your iPhone and iPad and nothing more.
Company that hosts user-generated forms has domain disabled and is told to call the Secret Service.
The beauty of having an iPhone onhand? You can take photos of stuff you have to remember, instead of jotting everything down. But there's an even better way, and it's called JotNot.
This freemium iPhone app strips away photographic artifacts so you can scan and send all sorts of documents, including whiteboard scribbles and receipts.
Researcher challenges Google after finding names and e-mail address of JotSpot users via Google search and wins--Google changes that and turns everything private.
Harvard researcher finds sensitive JotSpot user information on the Web and says it doesn't elicit confidence in Google's ability to be a secure hosted services provider.
In October 2006, Google acquired JotSpot, a hosted wiki platform for building collaborative Web sites. Sixteen months later, which is like 10 years in Web time, Google is launching JotSpot as Google Sites. Sites.
CNET's Brian Cooley looks at a new computer-input device that's part mouse, part electronic pen. It's smaller and cheaper than the competition and works without special paper.
Google getting into wikis, with JotSpot