Adobe Buys Buzzword

Aron Schatz
October 1, 2007

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No, they aren't buying AJAX... They are buying a web word processor company called Buzzword.


The move expands Adobe's collaborative software services and steps up its competition with Microsoft and a host of other Web application providers, including Google. Adobe also is scheduled to announce a service, code-named Share, that allows people to invite others to view and access documents stored by Adobe. Documents can be embedded inside a Web page as well. The service, which is still in testing mode, will offer users one gigabyte of storage for free. Adobe executives are scheduled to detail these initiatives at its Max 2007 developer and designer conference, which starts Monday in Chicago.


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