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June 18, 2014, 1:10 PM

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Sarah Buhr / TechCrunch:
Adobe Upgrades Creative Cloud, Adds New Mobile Apps And Creative Hardware  —  Adobe aims to establish itself as more of a service platform today with a focus on mobile first and the largest overhaul of Creative Cloud desktop applications to date.  —  All 14 desktop applications in Adobe's creative suite get an upgrade.
Harrison Weber / VentureBeat:
Adobe launches Creative Cloud 2014 — its first massive update since killing the Creative Suite  —  Forget the Creative Suite.  Adobe's first major Creative Cloud update proves that going all-in on subscriptions was the right decision.  —  Today Adobe announced the launch of Creative Cloud 2014 …
Blair Hanley Frank / GeekWire:
Adobe launches cheaper Creative Cloud subscription for photographers: $9.99/month for Photoshop and Lightroom  —  Adobe offers photographers cheaper Creative Cloud subscription  —  It has been more than three years since Adobe unveiled Creative Cloud, its subscription service for people who use its powerful suite of creative tools.
Benjamin Mayo / 9to5Mac:
Apple releases new cheaper iMac with low-end processor, priced at $1099  —  As rumored last week, Apple has today released a new model of iMac.  These machines are considerably cheaper than their predecessors, priced at $1099.  Previously, the cheapest iMac SKU was priced at $1299 (which is now the mid-range model).
Ben Woods / The Next Web:
BlackBerry signs deal with Amazon App Store to bring 200,000 Android apps to BlackBerry 10.3  —  BlackBerry has just announced a deal that will see more than 200,000 Android apps made available for BlackBerry devices via the Amazon App Store when the new version of BlackBerry's operating system arrives later in the year.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Fab Is Buying Helsinki's One Nordic Furniture To Score Original Products  —  Earlier this month Re/code reported that designer portal Fab was eyeing up a European furnishings site to move further into the area of building its own stock and away from reselling others', and today comes news …
More: VatorNews, Re/code and MashableThanks:@ingridlunden
Jackie Reses / Yahoo:
Yahoo the latest to disclose diversity: 62% men globally, and 50% white in US, more diverse than Google  —  Workforce Diversity at Yahoo  —  Here at Yahoo we are committed to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse workforce.  We're in the business of building products for hundreds …
Kellex / Droid Life:
Samsung Announces Galaxy S5 LTE-A for Korea - Features QHD Display, Snapdragon 805, and 3GB RAM  —  Samsung took the wraps off a brand new variant of the Galaxy S5 this evening in Korea, one that will surely disappoint and excite many of you at the same time.
Chris Strohm / Bloomberg:
Hackers Seen Using YouTube to Sell Stolen Credit Cards  —  A review of content on Google Inc. (GOOG)'s YouTube service turned up dozens of videos selling stolen credit card data, according to an Internet-safety research group trying to shed more light on an $18 billion illicit industry.
Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security:
P.F. Chang's Breach Likely Began in Sept. 2013  —  The recently-announced credit card breach at P.F. Chang's Chinese Bistro appears to have gone on for at least nine months: New information indicates that the breach at the nationwide restaurant chain began on or around Sept. 18, 2013 …
Klint Finley / Wired:
Department of Energy network ESnet is capable of cross-country data transfers at 91 Gbps  —  The Shadow Internet That's 100 Times Faster Than Google Fiber  —  When Google chief financial officer Patrick Pichette said the tech giant might bring 10 gigabits per second internet connections to American homes …
Richard Stiennon / Security Current:
CloudFlare acquires and shutters VPN service CryptoSeal, plans CloudFlare VPN service in 2015  —  CloudFlare Acquires CryptoSeal  —  ClouldFlare, the CDN like DDoS defense and security service, announced the acquisition of CryptoSeal, a personal VPN service, this morning.
Timothy B. Lee / Vox:
Disruption is a dumb buzzword.  It's also an important concept  —  Jill Lepore isn't a fan of Clay Christensen's concept of disruptive innovation.  Writing in the New Yorker, she laments the growing ubiquity of the term in business in general and Silicon Valley in particular.
James Temple / Re/code:
Spire Launches a Wearable Device That Measures Breathing  —  A San Francisco startup has developed a wearable device that monitors breathing patterns and a mobile app that suggests adjustments, promising to allow users to control stress levels or otherwise improve their states of mind.
David Meyer / Gigaom:
Red Hat shells out $95 million for French OpenStack integrator eNovance  —  The two companies have been working together since last year, and the takeover should help Red Hat pitch its OpenStack distribution as being easy to deploy.  —  Red Hat has bought eNovance, the OpenStack systems integrator …
Jason Del Rey / Re/code:
One Kings Lane, after raising $112M in January, is laying off between 75-100 people, or up to 20% of its staff  —  One Kings Lane Will Cut up to 20 Percent of Its Staff  —  Just six months after landing a big round of investment that valued One Kings Lane at $900 million …
More: Wall Street Journal and VatorNewsTweets: @werty
Ben Woods / The Next Web:
Augmented reality matures: Blippar confirms Layar acquisition, no immediate plans to rock the boat  —  UK and US-based augmented reality company Blippar has snapped up its Dutch rival Layar for an undisclosed all-cash sum, the company confirmed today following rumors of the deal last week.
Loek Essers / PC World:
Europe's top court to review personal data exchange between EU and US  —  The Irish High Court has referred to a 14-year-old agreement governing the exchange of personal data between the European Union and the U.S. to the EU's top court.  —  The referral, on Wednesday …

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