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Galaxy Note 7 saga continues as all major U.S. carriers have suspended sales of the device.
Samsung has even come out and asked all customers with an original or replacement Note 7 to stop using the smartphone and power it down.
The company will continue its investigation, but for now, Note 7 users will need to choose another device.
Two videos that have surfaced online may indicate that Microsoft is getting ready to debut a refresh of one of its iconic default Windows apps, MS Paint.
The leaked videos show a new interface in addition to some 3D modelling functionality, which certainly falls inline with Microsoft's hololens experimentation and other potential VR applications.
And finally, more questionable behavior from Yahoo.
As the company continues to receive criticism over security, The Associated Press reports that email forwarding has been disabled.
Making it difficult for current email users to take their business elsewhere.
Yahoo says it's improving the feature, but the timing couldn't be worse.
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