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Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch to join Apple as vice president of technology
TT Correspondent |  |  20 Mar 2013

Apple has appointed Adobe System's chief technology officer, Kevin Lynch as vice president of technology. He will reporting to Senior Vice President Bob Mansfield.
Apple said that Lynch, who has worked at Adobe since 2005, will become Apple’s vice president for technology, reporting to Senior Vice President Bob Mansfield.
Interestingly, Apple and Adobe were in conflict over with Adobe’s Flash video program on Apple’s devices with the former banning the its use on the iPhone or iPad.  Lynch took on Apple’s co-founder saying this would only cost Apple customers.

Lynch Macromedia in 1996, and led its move to Web publishing, including the creation of Dreamweaver and a whole new generation of tools and technologies to advance expressiveness on the Web. Adobe acquired Macromedia in 2005.
Prior to Adobe/Macromedia, he was with a startup called General Magic where  he  worked with some of those who had created the Mac, as well as with some amazing like-minded young engineers.

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