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.

CNET Update keeps it short and tweet:

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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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Bridget Carey is writer and host of CNET Update, a daily tech news show. She's now in New York, but she started in Miami, covering tech trends, reviewing gadgets and authoring the nation's first social media etiquette column. Why journalism? She was born 150 years too early to join Starfleet.

 

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