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Spec showdown: Motorola Moto E vs. Nokia X2

Both phones use Android, but they don't look the same

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Android developers craving new tools, hardware at Google I/O

The conference kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday

Even encrypted Web traffic can reveal highly sensitive information

Merely knowing what pages a person views on a website can hint at their personal life

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AskMen.com website redirects to Caphaw malware, WebSense says

High-traffic websites can potentially expose thousands of visitors to automated attacks

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Tibco deepens Tibbr integration with SharePoint

The Tibco enterprise social networking suite is also being integrated with Outlook for the first time

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Government control emerges as central issue at ICANN meeting

France doesn't want to take part in ICANN's reform process until issues with Wine domains are resolved

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Google develops BoringSSL, its own 'boring' version of OpenSSL encryption

But fear not: This fork isn't intended to replace OpenSSL.

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ICANN CEO wants to make progress on US split at London meeting

Participants will go head-to-head on how the transition from US control will work and on better accountability measures

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Alert issued over plain text passwords in some Super Micro motherboards

A scan of the Internet showed more than 31,000 servers are vulnerable

Office 365 customers can sign up to get new features early

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Microsoft also launched a Web page listing current and upcoming enhancements for the cloud suite

BlackBerry ekes out a profit as revenue tumbles nearly 70 percent

The company only sold 2.6 million smartphones

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LinkedIn called out on slow implementation of default SSL

Zimperium said some users are at risk, but LinkedIn claims the issue doesn't affect the majority of users

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CloudFlare acquires enterprise VPN provider CryptoSeal

CloudFlare said the company's technology will help it build more secure networks

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Galaxy S5 gets 2560x1440 display and latest Snapdragon chip, but only in South Korea

The new the Galaxy S5 LTE-A also offers download speeds up to 225Mbps

Report: Neither iOS nor Android inherently more secure than the other

Apple has an edge in a couple of areas, but there are still ways into its walled garden, Marble Security said.