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For a monthly fee, Adobe hopes to bring us the less-paper office.
Adobe's the target of a new lawsuit after acquiring electronic signature company EchoSign earlier this week. California-based RPost says EchoSign's technology is infringing on five of its patents.
The company is expanding its attempt to make its digital document technology become essential to businesses' electronic processes with the acquisition of EchoSign.
The agency's adoption of e-signature standards means DocuSign and others can now allow anyone filing a request for income verification to sign electronically.
The new XI version of Reader beefs up the commenting and Protected Mode features, while the latest flavor of Acrobat offers updated text and image editing.
New OneCloud service allows files created in one mobile or cloud app to be opened in another.
The FBI rolls out a massive raid across the United States in connection with the "Anonymous" hacking investigation. Google's Eric Schmidt will defend HTC at all costs and if you can't wait for the inevitable Mac OS X Lion release, it's already out on the internet. Because that won't get you in trouble at all.
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, July 18.
The World Cup finals now holds the record for tweets per second. GOAAAAAL! If you're tired of waiting to get into Google+ the hacker group Anonymous is building their own. Wednesday could be a happy day for Apple fanboys, but who cares about Wednesday? Rebecca Black is dropping her new single "My Moment" on Monday! Yup, it's one of those Monday's.
Hate paper contracts? EchoSign replaces traditional signatures with e-mail and fax.