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Mozilla plans to collect data from Firefox users so their products teams can better analyze how the browser is used. According to Mozilla's senior software engineer Georg Fritzsche, their products teams frequently ask for sensitive data, such as which websites Firefox users visit and how features on websites perform. The developer claims the data collection should improve the user experience.

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A vulnerability in Windows 10 allows attackers to crash computers running the operating system, according to security researchers from the CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) of the Carnegie Mellon University. Microsoft has not patched the issue. Also Windows 8.1 is vulnerable.

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AMD has announced that its Ryzen CPUs will be supported under Windows 7. This is different from Intel who previously announced that its latest generation Kaby Lake CPUs will only be supported in Windows 10.

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Owners of several Sony smart TVs are complaining about a pretty much bricked TV after applying an Android update. Affected TVs can sometimes no longer be turned on or become unresponsive after a while.

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Owners of an Apple LG UltraFine 5K monitor complain about wake up and connection problems. Apple has started to delete the large number of negative reviews on the product page of the nearly $1,300 costing display.

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Owners of an Apple LG UltraFine 5K monitor complain about wake up and connection problems. Apple has started to delete the large number of negative reviews on the product page of the nearly $1,300 costing display.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners complain en masse on online forums and social media about a vertical pink line on their display. They all state to not have dropped the phone, neither they had it in contact with liquids and the phone also doesn't have any other physical damage. Samsung doesn't recognize it's a widespread problem, while the many complaints indicate it is.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners complain en masse on online forums and social media about a vertical pink line on their display. They all state to not have dropped the phone, neither they had it in contact with liquids and the phone also doesn't have any other physical damage. Samsung doesn't recognize it's a widespread problem, while the many complaints indicate it is.
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