dell-xps-13It looks like things are not all that rosy over at Dell, as yet another Dell root certificate has been discovered, which is in addition to what we reported earlier on. Apparently, the Dell System Detect application will also do its bit by installing a self-signed root certificate on computers. This second certificate is known as DSDTestProvider, where it will be installed by an application that is called Dell System Detect (DSD).

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mate8-1There has been plenty of whispers going around, citing that the Huawei Mate 8 will be made official when November 26 rolls around, which is just a couple of days from now. Hence, it is far from surprising to see that an entire set of leaked renders of the device has appeared over in China. Taking into consideration how Huawei does seem to like to make use of metal a whole lot, it is then far from surprising to spot the Huawei Mate 8 making use of this material in abundance, and apparently the Huawei Mate 8 should arrive in a trio of shades for consumers to choose from – grey, gold, and copper.

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The modern space race is far from over with several players in the market making their presence known, as Amazon’s Jeffrey P. Bezos is one of them. In fact, his rocket was recently tested and it went up – and more importantly, came down to earth safe and sound in a single piece. Mr. Bezos has been throwing money in the direction of space adventures, and this has resulted in the rocket company known as Blue Origin.

Read full post →Blue Origin Launched New Shepard Rocket Successfully


It is impossible to avoid spoilers on the internet, whether it’s an article you’re reading that gives something up or a friend that’s deliberately posting spoilers on Facebook. This is a battle that many of us are familiar with but fortunately people have come up with ways to make sure that we are protected from spoilers. Star Wars fans will be delighted to find out that there’s a new extension available for the Chrome browser now that blocks any and all Star Wars-related spoilers.

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The highly anticipated racing title Project Cars was released earlier this year and now the developer is confirming that DLC support for this title will continue well into the coming year. Slightly Mad Studios has confirmed that the team behind this game is fully committed to providing new updates for Project Cars and for this reason it has floated a survey to get opinions from players about the kinds of cars and tracks they would like to see in future DLC updates.

Read full post →Project Cars DLC Support Will Continue Well Into 2016

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The first DLC for Star Wars Battlefront is based on the upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it’s called Battle of Jakku and the DLC will be available to all those who pre-ordered the title on December 1st. All other Battlefront players will have to wait until December 8th to get this free DLC which adds a new gameplay mode to the title.

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Many Amazon users are saying that they have received an email from the company informing them that it has force-reset their account passwords due to what may be a leak. It’s unclear how many accounts it has found to be affected and their passwords compromised, users also say that they received the same message on their account message center on and This is what confirms that the leak is genuine and not a widespread phishing attempt.

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Most mapping services these days provide live traffic data so we know how long the commute is going to take and what routes to avoid in order to avoid getting stuck in a jam. Bing Maps is taking it one step further. A new update is out today for Microsoft’s mapping service and users can now view 35,000 traffic cameras across 11 countries in Bing Maps, this will allow them to get a proper look at the route they’re going to take and decide whether or not it’s best to go that way.

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NASA has announced that it has started testing spacesuits being developed for the Orion in a reduced gravity environment. The agency has modified its iconic “pumpkin suit” to make sure that it can withstand the requirements of future missions aboard the Orion spacecraft, so it now needs to put it through all sorts of different tests to make sure that the suit will keep astronauts safe. These tests are most certainly just the start in this long process.

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Every month under its Games with Gold program for people who pay for an Xbox Live Gold subscription Microsoft provides free games for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. The company is closing out the year with a bang as it will be offering five titles for the Xbox One free under the Games with Gold program, two of those will be native Xbox One titles while the other three will be Xbox 360 games that can now be played on the Xbox One as backwards compatibility has gone live.

Read full post →Microsoft Giving Five Xbox One Games For Free In Games With Gold This December