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iPad OS 17’s Live Collaboration on PDFs could challenge Google Docs

Apple knows that iPad users are often interacting with PDF files, whether they’re studying for a chemistry exam or filling out paperwork at the doctor’s office. So, it only makes sense tha

You may need more than one pitch deck

Let's talk through the differences and similarities between your pitch decks and take a closer look at what each deck needs to do in each context.

D-Wave launches a first prototype of its next-gen annealing quantum computer

D-Wave made a name for itself with its early annealing quantum computers and even though the company recently announced its efforts to also build a superconducting gate-model quantum computer, it&#821

A security lapse exposed India’s CISF personnel files and health records

Internal documents, officer health records, and personnel files belonging to India’s Central Industrial Security Force spilled online because of a data security lapse. A security researcher in I

The FTC is reportedly probing Meta’s VR business for antitrust violations

Following news that the FTC’s antitrust suit against Meta cleared a critical hurdle earlier this week, the agency is apparently also taking a sharp interest in the company’s VR business. B

Adobe launches Creative Cloud Express, an update to Adobe Spark

Adobe today launched Creative Cloud Express, a mobile and web app that brings some of the best features of the company’s sprawling Creative Cloud Suite and Acrobat PDF tools into a single applic

Jina.ai raises $30M for its for its neural search platform

Berlin-based Jina.ai, an open source startup that uses neural search to help its users find information in their unstructured data (including videos and images), today announced that it has raised a $

Short seller says Lemonade website bug exposed insurance customers’ account data

An activist short seller has written a letter to the chief executive of insurance giant Lemonade with details of an “accidentally discovered” security flaw that exposes customers’ ac

Adobe expands Acrobat Web, adds PDF text and image editing

For the longest time, Acrobat was Adobe’s flagship desktop app for working with — and especially editing — PDFs. In recent years, the company launched Acrobat on the web, but it was

Adobe CTO says AI will ‘democratize’ creative tools

Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis sees a shift happening. A shift in how people share content and who wants to use creative tools. A shift in how users expect these tools to work — especially how much time t

APIs are the next big SaaS wave

While the software revolution started out slowly, over the past few years it’s exploded and the fastest-growing segment to-date has been the shift towards software as a service or SaaS...

With Publishing Tools Like These, Who Needs Enemies?

Indie authors seem to be living in an age of wonders. They can upload a PDF and sell it instantly on Kindles and tablets. They can print-on-demand like merry little Gutenbergs, slinging their wares fr

With $2.3M In The Bank, Showbie Wants To Make Classrooms Paperless

Showbie, an Edmonton, Canada-based startup, wants to make it easier for teachers to share assignments with students and for those students to turn in their homework online (or through the company's iO

Adobe Launches Adobe Reader For iOS

Adobe has just launched a version of its PDF Reader, Adobe Reader for iOS devices, which supports iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The new, free application, <a href="http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZ

An analysis of a PDF exploit

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/pdf-virus.jpeg" />Most people think of PDF documents as static pieces of information. How could a PDF file compromise your computer? The

Amazon announces better battery life and native PDF support for the Kindle

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Kindle_2_-_Front.jpg" />Amazon announced some major changes to their Kindle e-book reader today. Specifically, it stated that they've wor

New-ish Sony eBook reader apparently mangles PDFs

So close. I’ve been eyeing eBook readers for a while now. I really can’t see myself spending $300 on one when I have gadgets like the Nokia 770 and iPod Touch that are capable of handling

Helio Launches Mail For Microsoft Exchange Beta

Oh happy day! Helio officially released Mail for MS Exchange last night into beta, so all the business-user-haters can quit their griping. All Ocean owners with an All-in account will be privy to the