Kevin Lynch, the Adobe Systems Chief Technology Officer announced today that he will be leaving Adobe to become the vice president of technologies of Apple.
Adobe execs says they will not replace Kevin Lynch or the CTO position or leave it empty, rather having the CEO, Shantanu Narayen and Senior Vice President, Bryan Lamkin, take the duties and responsibilities covered by the CTO position’s job.
According to CNBC, Kevin Lynch will be reporting to SVP Bob Mansfield and will the role of being the vice president of technologies of Apple. The Cupertino, California-based company . . . → Read More: Kevin Lynch Leaves Adobe Systems and Hired by Apple
On Tuesday, Samsung and T-Mobile announced that Samsung’s Galaxy Note II will be released this coming fall season. The company did not give a hint on the exact date of the release, but reports say that the new gadget will be launched on the 24th day of October.
According to the Senior Vice President of T-Mobile USA’s product management Brad Duea, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is the current innovative gadget to join the portfolio of T-Mobile. He further added that its an all-in-one device that they have taken to the next level, expecting to replace a lot of standalone . . . → Read More: Samsung Galaxy Note II to be released this fall
Jon Rubenstein, ex Palm CEO, is walking away from his central role in webOS supervision at HP, with Stephen DeWitt of the personal system team walking in to take control of the TouchPad and Smartphone platform. The current role of Rubenstein as senior vice president for production modernization for the personal systems group will let him to “leverage his experience with consumer products to propel innovation across a broad range of areas”; on the other hand, that is not restoring the confidence of TouchPad owners, who are worried that HP is reducing its eagerness for the webOS platform.
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According to Engadget, Intel executives featured the latest designs at the Computex trade show. Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President said in a statement that Ultrabook will wed the presentation and abilities of a laptop with “tablet-like features” in a “thin, light and elegant design.”
Intel aspires to achieve a 40% share of the consumer laptop market with the “no-compromise” Ultrabook by the last part of 2012. The latest category of mobile PCs will sport form factors below 20mm thick and value below $1000.
The initial Ultrabooks will use the present-generation Sandy Bridge architecture; however, starting . . . → Read More: Intel Ultrabook Ready to Compete with iPad and MacBook Air