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Windows $10,000: Microsoft pays out for unauthorized update

Microsoft's aggressive Windows 10 updater apparently went a little too far, costing the company.

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Teri Goldstein did not appreciate when her computer decided to upgrade itself to Windows 10. It made her computer almost unusable. She decided to sue Microsoft and won a nice chunk of change.

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We're not sure what Goldstein did with the money, but if she took a vacation, Facebook might help her put together a slideshow. An update to the Facebook app on iOS will take your photos and videos and automatically create a highlight reel. The feature was already in Facebook's Moments photo-sharing app, but is now baked in to Facebook's main app.

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Windows $10,000: Microsoft pays out for unauthorized update