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Briefly: Adobe acquires Ideacodes, Dealingers comes to US

updated 01:59 pm EDT, Wed May 29, 2013

Adobe acquires Ideacodes to help with Creative Cloud

Adobe has announced the acquisition of Ideacodes, a San Francisco based company that specializes in the "design of smart apps, digital products and networked communities." Terms of the deal have not been disclosed, however it is known that Emily Chang and Max Kiesle will be joining as Creative Directors of Creative Cloud. "Our job at Adobe is to deliver an incredible experience every time a customer accesses Creative Cloud," said Jeff Veen, vice president of product management. "The Ideacodes team will help us realize our goal of making Creative Cloud indispensable for creatives worldwide."

Dealingers brings "reverse auction" store to US

Dealingers has launched a US version of its web based "reverse auction" store that specializes in Apple products. Through the new service, customers can find auctions on numerous Apple products that slowly decrease in price as people join in on the auction. Each auction item is placed under its retail price, but also has a hidden current selling price that users can reveal by using dollar credits. These credits can be purchased from dealingers, or earned by sharing content across social networks and being active on the website.



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