Evernote and Moleskine call a ceasefire on tech versus tradition with their physical-to-digital Smart Notebooks.
Note-taking service Evernote and Italian paper firm Moleskine introduce a 21st century notebook that aims to make written notes easier to digitally archive.
The CEO of the maker of the popular note-taking app appears ready to try his luck in a new product frontier.
Phil Libin, CEO of the note-taking app and cloud storage company, says his Evernote's e-commerce business accounts for 30 percent of revenue. In the future: an IPO and reviving the wooly mammoth.
The company launches the Evernote Market, selling physical tech and lifestyle products like a stylus, scanner, and backpacks.
The Android version of the note-taking app gets a crisp new look in its 5.0 update.
Apple hopes to ban Samsung phones after its courtroom win, the iPad Mini is reportedly coming in October, and Evernote reads handwriting with the Smart Notebook.
T-Mobile ditches two-year contracts, LinkedIn changes its search tool, and the Evernote app updates its note-taking tools on Android.
Microsoft's decision to cancel its innovative Courier tablet computer a year and a half ago reverberates today, as the software giant plots strategy to catch the market-leading iPad.
Modded Moleskine notebook makes a great hard drive enclosure.