Just one month after Adobe confirmed it was axing around 7 per cent of its global workforce and backing away from its Flash Player software on mobile gadgets, the company has reported final quarter results that surprised Wall Street. It pulled in revenue of $1.1bn (£0.7bn) for the three months ended 2 December, up 14 per cent …
something smells fishy
maybe adobe decided to join the "adobe exploit" club and write malicious code that funnels money into their bank accounts?
Adobe's recent announcement that CS6 (due in '2012') needs a minimum of CS5 for upgrading. Anyone running earlier versions like CS4, CS3 and ...er....CS2 will be so out of luck and will have to pay full whack.
And, funnily enough, they have a 20% discount on the current upgrades until 31/12/11.
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