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    Barnes & Noble puts its considerable weight behind the EPUB e-book standard

    Adobe Systems and Barnes & Noble have joined forces to further e-book standardization based on the EPUB standard and on PDF files. EPUB backers want to let readers buy files from numerous sources—while trying to stop Amazon from cornering the market.

    Posted 10/29/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    Adobe Systems and Barnes & Noble have joined forces to further e-book standardization based on the EPUB standard and on PDF files. EPUB backers want to let readers buy files from numerous sources—while trying to stop Amazon from cornering the market.
  • / Press Release

    Digital River Expands Relationship with Adobe

    January 28, 2009-Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, announces an expansion of its relationship with Adobe Systems Incorporated, one of the world`s largest and most diversified software companies. Digital River launched a new business-to-business (B2B) e-store to support Adobe’s North American volume licensing purchases. The site, managed by Digital River, applies points-based volume pricing...

    Posted 01/28/2009

    January 28, 2009-Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, announces an expansion of its relationship with Adobe Systems Incorporated, one of the world`s largest and most diversified software companies. Digital River launched a new business-to-business…
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    PINDAR SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR ADOBE INDESIGN 2.0 WITH LAUNCH OF ITS NEW AGILITY WEB-BASED CATALOG COMMERCE SYSTEM

    CONTACT: Doug Curran Manager, Corporate Communications Pindar Systems +(781) 862-0034 doug.curran@pindarsystems.com Leading UK retailer Littlewoods adopts Agility-InDesign solution for multi-channel commerce CHICAGO, USA, and YORK, UK, Feb. 19, 2002 -- Pindar Systems, the leader in catalog commerce technology, announced today that its groundbreaking new Agility Catalog Commerce Server will feature full support for InDesign® 2.0, the all-new...

    Posted 02/19/2002

    CONTACT: Doug Curran Manager, Corporate Communications Pindar Systems +(781) 862-0034 doug.curran@pindarsystems.com Leading UK retailer Littlewoods adopts Agility-InDesign solution for multi-channel commerce CHICAGO, USA, and YORK, UK, Feb. 19, 2002 -- Pindar Systems, the leader in catalog commerce…
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    Adobe Delivers Advanced eBook Reading Capabilities With the Acrobat eBook Reader 2.1

    New Version is Available from Leading Online Retailers Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com San Jose, Calif., (April 25, 2001) (Nasdaq:ADBE)--Adobe Systems Incorporated, a leader in Network Publishing, today announced the immediate availability of the Adobe® Acrobat® eBook Reader™ 2.1 from Adobe.com, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. The new Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader 2.1 features Adobe CoolType font rendering technology, a two-page layout feature...

    Posted 04/25/2001

    New Version is Available from Leading Online Retailers Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble.com San Jose, Calif., (April 25, 2001) (Nasdaq:ADBE)--Adobe Systems Incorporated, a leader in Network Publishing, today announced the immediate availability of the Adobe® Acrobat® eBook Reader™ 2.1 from Adobe…
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    E-Book Update

    Microsoft Corp. says that online retailer Amazon.com has selected the Microsoft Reader as the preferred format for Seattle-based Amazon's future e-Book store. Separately, Adobe Systems Inc. and Barnes & Noble.com have announced plans to expand the availability of eBooks in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) at the Barnes & Noble.com eBookStore. Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft will create a customized Amazon.com version of Microsoft Reader,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Microsoft Corp. says that online retailer Amazon.com has selected the Microsoft Reader as the preferred format for Seattle-based Amazon's future e-Book store. Separately, Adobe Systems Inc. and Barnes & Noble.com have announced plans to expand the availability of eBooks in the Adobe Portable…

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