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Cue the outrage! Cyanogen fans react to the Microsoft deal

On Twitter and Google+, Cyanogen's users seem specifically worried about the possibility of bloatware.

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Instagram clarifies rules to ban revenge porn

The site also expressly forbids posts with sexual content involving minors.

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Five paths for Moore's Law

Even after the prediction dies, there may be ways to make devices smaller, faster and power efficient, analysts say

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Moore’s Law turns 50: What’s next for this tale of incredible shrinking chips

Moore's Law took us from room-sized servers to computers on a stick, and the law itself may shrink to nothing soon--though new chip technologies could change everything.

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Size matters in mobile, but Nokia may find bigger isn't better

Nokia's plan to buy Alcatel-Lucent would create a huge mobile networks maker

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Field Trip's point-of-interest notifications come to Android Wear

Along with the pop-up notices, you can also search for nearby spots directly on your smartwatch.

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Say it with ink, courtesy of new Google Handwriting Input app

The new keyboard option recognizes handwriting in 82 languages, working on both Android phones and tablets.

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Google could power Yahoo search under new agreement

Although Yahoo has once again agreed to serve Microsoft Bing ads and search results, the deal is non-exclusive.

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Windows 10 finally gets drag-and-drop support for virtual desktops

Microsoft fills in one of the odder holes inside its Windows 10 feature set.

Wikileaks publishes Sony's hacked email for anyone to go through

Thousands of documents are included in a searchable archive.

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IBM opens up its threat data as part of new security intelligence sharing platform

The IBM X-Force Exchange platform will allow companies to share and compare data from security incidents

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Android for Work reports to the office in Play Store debut

Google's new business-friendly service promises to keep your personal and work life files and data separate on the same device.

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Does your company run on open-source software? Join the (very large) club

In five years, the number of organizations relying on such software has nearly doubled, this survey says