Twitter IPO reveals interesting tidbits

The social network shares details on its finances and users for the first time, Instagram will begin to show ads, and hackers steal data on 3 million Adobe customers.

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In this episode of Update:

- Discover a few surprises uncovered from Twitter's IPO filing , including how the network is not making a profit, and it's ahead of Facebook when it comes to making money from mobile ads.

- Prepare to see video and photo advertisements on Instagram in the coming months.

- Reset your passwords if you're an Adobe user, since hackers stole personal data of 3 million users , along with software source code.

- Find big discounts on Apple's iPhone 5C and Samsung's Galaxy S4 now at Best Buy .

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