Responding to Adobe's criticism that Apple wants to "restrict" iPhone OS developers, Apple has replied, essentially, "Nuh uh, you're the closed one."
Apple has given its MacBook Pro notebooks faster CPUs and graphics chips, while lowering the price of the highest-end models.
Following several months of worrisome news about security holes in its Acrobat and Reader software, Adobe is looking at ways to make exploits more difficult.
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