Tech Culture by Bridget Carey October 4, 2013 2:08 PM PDT @BridgetCarey CNET Update keeps it short and tweet: 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. by Bridget Carey 2:50 Close Drag Autoplay: ON Autoplay: OFF 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. Subscribe: iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) RSS (HD) | RSS (SD) | RSS (HQ) More stories What's it like inside a real Amazon bookstore? (The 3:59, Ep. 232) See what Mark Zuckerberg's old dorm room looked like Rat Cafe to serve up rattuccinos with friendly rodents AlphaGo beats humanity again, playing 'like a god of Go'