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Adobe has acquired electronic signature company EchoSign for an undisclosed price, VentureBeat reports. EchoSign’s web-based electronic signature technology will be integrated into Adobe’s document exchange services platform. If this kind of technology takes off, VentureBeat says, it could mean the end of the fax machine and the paper contract.

Google has been testing an interface that appears to be optimised for infinite scrolling, according to The Next Web. The experimental layout involves fixed navigational elements that scroll with the page and the loss of pagination in favour of infinite scrolling.

Time Warner is increasing the number of TV channels and programs it streams online to people who have conventional pay-TV subscriptions, The Wall Street Journal reports. Starting Monday, live simulcasts of its CNN and HLN cable news channels available on the web to people who subscribe to participating TV distributors.

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