Switched-at-birth twins from Las Palmas, Gran Canaria in Spain drew international attention in May 2008 following news reports of their unexpected reunion. I visited Las Palmas in September 2009 to research this case and presented the findings in Segal and Blandón-Gitlin (Twin Research and Human Genetics, Vol. 13, 2010, pp. 115–119) and in a book, Someone Else's Twin: The True Story of Babies Switched at Birth (Segal, Prometheus Books, Amherst, New York, 2011). I traveled again to Las Palmas in November 2012 to meet with the twins, their families, and their attorneys and have updated my findings in this article. Next, new twin research on Parkinson's disease discordance, neonatal surgery, double embryo transfer in a cynomolgus monkey, and a convention conundrum are presented. Media highlights concerning twin inventors, basketball players, rappers, designers, musicians, and birth intervals are also summarized.