One Day Left: Error Adobe Creative Cloud Deletes User Data
We made it to the weekend, but the Adobe Creative Cloud is going through Monday. For some users, the bug is removing hidden folders while Adobe is working on a fix. In the meantime, Amazon Echo is revamping again, rumored to have a street date with the iPhone 5se and more.
- Adobe Creative Cloud bug in recent update is deleting some users’ data without warning . Adobe is already working on a fix and has stopped distributing the update. In particular, Backblaze users are affected because the service’s special folder structure makes it vulnerable. [Ars Technica]
- Amazon Echo can now control your thermostat if you have an Ecobee 3 . Look at you future guy shouting temperature commands into his robotic home. (The Verge points out that you can also get it to work with Nest via IFTTT, albeit not reliably.) [The Verge]
- WhoSampled is a fun app that displays which songs are samples of other songs, and now it can connect to Spotify so you can fall nicely down the rabbit hole of who-sampled who. [The Next Web]
- The iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 are rumored to go on sale on March 18 , according to 9to5Mac. This is a few days after the rumored press conference. [9to5Mac]
- Apple TV users will be delighted to hear they plan to update their iPhone remote app to have the same functionality as a real Apple TV remote . Useful! [TechCrunch via Daring Fireball]
- Some say the Torrent Time plugin, which lets you stream movies in your browser, is horribly insecure, but the development team has already denied these claims . Either way, it’s always a good idea to proceed with caution when navigating the underside of the Internet. [Gizmodo and The Next Web]