If any company needs a successful product release right now it's Samsung, after the disaster that was the Note 7. Thankfully the reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone seem to be overwhelmingly positive, with some reviewers describing the handset as the best phone that money can buy right now. That being said, at nearly £700 all this good stuff comes with a hefty price tag.

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A man is filing an injunction against Bose to prevent the company from listening in on users of their headphones and selling the data to third parties. The lawsuit alleges that the company is using their app to track what customers use their headphones to listen to. Reuters has more:


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MacRumours have published details of a design leak of the upcoming iPhone 8. The renderings and diagrams show a device with an edge-to-edge screen, no home button, and a minimal bezel around the edge.

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The Ryzen 5 CPU was released yesterday, and The Inquirer has been taking a look at how the chip has been received by reviewers:

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It has been revealed that scammers have been using a security flaw in Microsoft Word to send malware to users via email, which can then be used to target online banking login details. According to a spokesperson from Microsoft, this vulnerability will be patched today. BBC News has more:


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NVIDIA has announced a new graphics card to succeed their TITAN X model, the TITAN Xp, which will also be available to Mac users. The card costs $1,200 and is currently only available directly from NVIDIA. Here's their press release:

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With the UK set to weaken encryption and the US to allow ISPs to sell private browsing data, it's no wonder that internet users the world over are up in arms. Creator of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has been speaking out:


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