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November 19, 2012
05:02 EDTADBEAdobe sees Cyber Monday sales will reach $2B, up 18% over 2011
Adobe Systems released its Adobe Digital Index 2012 Online Shopping Forecast focused on the 2012 holiday shopping season in the U.S. and Europe. The Digital Index analyzed more than 150B website visits to more than 500 Adobe retail customers over the past six years in order to forecast sales growth figures and online shopping spikes for the upcoming season. Adobe expects Cyber Monday 2012 online revenue for the retail sector to reach $2B, growing by 18% year-over-year. The company's data analysis also predicts strong purchasing activity from mobile devices, with mobile representing 21% of total online sales this holiday, an increase of 110% over last year. Adobe's online shopping predictions and actual results will also be available on an ongoing basis via a new interactive website that will continuously monitor and update online purchasing data as-it-happens throughout the season.
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Adobe (ADBE) announced the release of Source Han Sans, an open source typeface supporting Japanese, Chinese and Korean, as well as Latin, Greek and Cyrillic alphabets. It was developed in collaboration with Adobe’s key partner Google (GOOG) and contracted foundry partners across East Asia. Source Han Sans marks a record-breaking typeface in terms of size, scale, complexity and support for Japanese, Chinese and Korean all within the same font family. It provides designers and developers creating content for international audiences one uniform font to use in print and Web files no matter the language - eliminating the need to license multiple fonts.

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