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Project Zero finds XSS bug in auto-installed Adobe Acrobat Chrome extension

Cyber security Websites
Business Insider

The CEO of ad tech firm TubeMogul explains why he sold his company to Adobe for $540 million and what happens now

Wired UK , Ars Technica

Adobe is forcing people to install a Chrome Plugin with its latest Reader update

Websites Cyber security
TNW

Adobe wants you to use voice commands to edit photos

Slashdot

Latest Adobe Acrobat Reader Update Silently Installs Chrome Extension

TechCrunch

Adobe video envisions AI helper for editing photos and other media

ZDNet

Google, Microsoft, Tencent point out latest code execution bugs to hit Adobe Flash

Cyber security Websites
TechJuice

Android was the most vulnerable OS in 2016 & Adobe the most vulnerable vendor

£1,000,000 Undisclosed
Tech City News

User-generated content platform Lobster raises £1m to deepen AI-powered search

Funding Advertising
CNET

Cloud-computing plan could help Adobe Lightroom photographers

Tnooz

How Adobe envisions travel brands delivering digital experiences in fresh ways

Travel Technology
Slashdot

Adobe Releases Flash Player 24 For Linux Four Years After the Last Major Update

WSJD

Adobe’s Big Cloud to Fill

Bloomberg

Adobe Gears Up For a Battle Against Its Biggest Competitors

Earnings Technology Apps & Services
ZDNet

Adobe delivers record revenue on Q4 earnings beat

@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Adobe Photoshop is now compatible with the MacBook Pro Touch Bar

Business Insider

It looks like Adobe Flash’s days are finally numbered

Websites
PhoneArena

Adobe releases Lightroom 2.6 for iOS featuring new edit interface and info section

New Mobile devices Productivity
Practical Ecommerce

How to Create Color Separations in Adobe Illustrator

Business Insider

A 'social media company' and 'foreign telecom company' were interested in buying TubeMogul before Adobe swooped in with its $540 million offer