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Evernote has walked back a controversial new privacy policy that allowed its staff to read content created by its users.

Evernote reverses privacy policy that allows employees to read users’ notes

Evernote announced that it will roll out a new privacy policy on January 23, and the changes have users threatening to abandon the service. The policy changes have to do…

Evernote’s new privacy policy allows employees to read your notes

A number of Evernote users are now being alerted via email message of a serious bug that may cause data loss in certain versions of the company’s Mac application. Not…

Evernote confirms a serious bug caused data loss for some Mac users

Evernote — the popular note taking and productivity startup with 200 million users — has built its reputation around an app that lets you record and track all your life’s details hold them…

Evernote is moving all its data, machine learning tech to Google Cloud Platform

Can foreign tech companies win in China?

11:00 pm PDT • August 28, 2016

As China’s digital business grows, it’s going to provide more opportunities for many players. Who “gets it” and who doesn’t will certainly not only be a function of “being blocked…

Can foreign tech companies win in China?

Microsoft is making it easier for Mac users to ditch Evernote in favor of OneNote, its rival note-taking app, and a part of the Microsoft Office suite. The company has…

Microsoft helps Mac users ditch Evernote for OneNote with new tool

There is a lot of noise in the privacy space, says serial entrepreneur and Digi.me founder Julian Ranger. And cutting through that noise is one of the big challenges he reckons stands in the way…

Digi.me bags $6.1M to put users in the driving seat for sharing personal data

Evernote is an indispensible tool for many, and the company is always working on making it more so — “but that requires a significant investment of energy, time, and money,”…

Evernote tweaks features in free plan and raises prices in paid ones

I’ve spent the past month in a daze, trying to make sense of my own tasks and responsibilities while forcing myself to adhere to a system I came up with…

Why it’s so easy to ignore your to-do list app but get distracted by Twitter

We’ve been documenting Evernote’s decline in the last several months, and today comes two more waves of news that speak both to how the company continues to be in turmoil, but is also…

Evernote’s founding CTO Dave Engberg is leaving in May; new wave of execs announced

Microsoft today released a new tool that will make it easier for users of Evernote’s note-taking service to make the transition to rival application OneNote, a part of the Microsoft…

Microsoft targets Evernote users with software that makes it easy to switch to OneNote

Some more news from Evernote — the note-taking app and startup of the same name — that speaks to the company’s current rough patch: today it announced that as of Wednesday at…

Evernote Will Shut Down Market, Its E-Commerce Effort, On Wednesday

Evernote bought popular annotation app Skitch back in 2011 and, after incurring the wrath of loyal users for a series of unpopular updates, it is finally saying goodbye to it…

Evernote Kills Off Skitch For Windows, Android And iOS — But Retains Mac App

Sharing notes across the Internet is a surprisingly tough thing to pull off. The big guys like Google can do it, but there are very few streamlined collaboration systems available…

Knotable Hits iOS So You Can Share Notes Even On A Boat

Evernote made a name for itself as the platform where you could store your ideas and notes for life, and beyond. But the same permanence does not apply to the people who…

Evernote’s Freshly Minted COO Linda Kozlowski Is Leaving The Company

Phil Libin, the longtime CEO of the popular digital note-taking service Evernote, has joined General Catalyst Partners as its fourth general partner in Palo Alto, Ca. Libin stepped down from his…

Phil Libin On Joining General Catalyst As Its Newest General Partner

Evernote founder Phil Libin was succeeded as CEO by ex-Googler Chris O’Neill last month, and the new man at the top appears to be wasting little time making his mark…

Evernote Is Killing Off Its Dedicated Food App

Evernote has made some changes at the top of the company today, naming Chris O’Neill its new CEO and announcing that Phil Libin will be sliding over to the Executive…

Chris O’Neill Named CEO, Phil Libin Executive Chairman In Evernote Executive Shuffle

As promised late last year, Evernote today has rolled out new pricing plans for its note-taking service in order to introduce a more affordable, middle tier that now falls in…

Evernote’s New Pricing Includes A Cheaper, Middle Tier And A Pricier Top Plan

Evernote’s Chinese service, Yinxiang Biji, has temporarily disabled its public note feature, a spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch today. It’s unclear why public notes was taken down or when it will…

Evernote’s Chinese Service Disables Public Note Feature

Here’s a positive story about tech companies and their awareness of the outside world, just in case this week had you disillusioned. Evernote today issued a fix for its Penultimate…

Evernote Updates Its Penultimate App Following Criticism, Showing Tech Firms Do Listen

Evernote announced today that it has raised $20 million in new capital from Nikkei, the Japanese media conglomerate that publishes the influential financial newspaper Nikkei, as well English-language Nikkei Asian…

Evernote Raises $20M From Japanese Media Giant Nikkei, Forms Content Partnership For Evernote Context

Evernote has rolled out a new “Work Chat” feature to its web and mobile applications which allows users of its online note-taking and collaboration software to discuss ideas and projects directly in…

Evernote Rolls Out Its New “Work Chat” Feature

Today, Evernote — the note-taking and storage app now with 100 million users — announced one of its latest and biggest steps forward in its bid to develop services that will…

Evernote Unveils Evernote Context, An AI Play That Surfaces Content From Outside Sources As You Write

The Evernote web client is about to get a big refresh, CEO Phil Libin announced during his keynote at today’s EC4 conference.

Evernote Launches New Web Client

Today Evernote gave updates on how its Evernote Market is doing. So far, it’s sold more than $12 million worth of goods via its store.

Evernote Market Has Sold $12M In Products Since Launch

Azendoo is not yet another task manager — it’s the glue that brings together all the services that you already use. The French startup took another approach to task and…

Azendoo Lets You Collaborate On Tasks And Documents Between Multiple Services

Evernote, the cross-platform note-taking app that now has over 100 million users, is going large on Market, its e-commerce business that sits alongside its core product: today the company is announcing a…

Evernote Goes To Town On Its Market E-Commerce Portal With Retro Pfeiffer Office Gear

As we head into the depths of August (the month where time stands still), there is one interesting thing that starts to happen. Kids head back to school. That said,…

Four Note-Taking Apps For The Tech-Forward College Student

Who have the DDoS attackers not hit, is the question? This morning, RSS reader and feed-syncing platform Feedly is being hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack, where again the criminals…

Feedly, Evernote And Others Become Latest Victims Of DDoS Attacks