Every month, Xbox Live Gold members look forward to the list of games that they will be able to play for free as part of their subscription. Microsoft today confirmed the free Xbox Games with Gold titles for the month of November 2016. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 get two free games each but since the Xbox 360 titles are backwards compatible, they can be played on the Xbox One as well.
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AT&T announced earlier this month that it’s going to launch a standalone internet TV streaming of its own under the DirecTV brand. If you’ve been out of the loop, the telecommunications giant acquired DirecTV for over $48 billion not too long ago. The company hasn’t revealed everything about this service called DirecTV Now just yet, but AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has revealed that DirecTV Now will be released next month.

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HyperX today announced the launch of its first gaming keyboard called the Alloy FPS. The company says that this keyboard has been created after extensive research and hours of gameplay testing. The HyperX Alloy FPS features mechanical switches to provide tactile feedback organized in a space-saving layout so that gamers can maximize desktop real estate for mouse movement in FPS games.
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Facebook Messenger users can already make payments inside the app using cards and now PayPal has announced today that it’s rolling out as another payment option. This opens PayPal up to countless Facebook Messenger users. PayPal says that it has extended its relationship with Facebook and Messenger to make mobile ecommerce smarter, simpler, and more secure for both consumers and merchants.
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Apple has now released iOS 10.1 to the public and it brings one feature that iPhone 7 Plus owners have particularly been waiting for. iOS 10.1 finally adds Portrait mode to the iPhone 7 Plus. iOS 10.1 is now rolling out to all users with supported devices. It’s the third update that Apple has released so far for iOS 10, the two previous updates were minor releases as they only brought bug fixes and tweaks.
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Mastercard introduced its selfie payment mode earlier this year, it’s a new safety feature that lets users verify online transactions by using biometrics such as fingerprints and facial images. The company did say that this feature – formally called Identity Check Mobile – will be rolled out in the United States at some point in the future. Mastercard has now said that selfie payments will go live for BMO customers in the States starting early next year.
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Microsoft is conducting an event in the next few days where the company is expected to unveil new Surface hardware. Rumors suggest that a Surface-branded all-in-one PC might be unveiled at this event as well. A new report claims that there’s a possibility that Microsoft is going to call its new all-in-one PC Surface Studio. This is the first purported moniker of the all-in-one PC that we’ve heard so far.
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The latest figures by a market research firm shows that the Apple Watch continues to lead the global smartwatch market even though shipments of both the Series 1 and Series 2 watches have been slim. The numbers show that the smartwatch market is still have to deal with low demand even though some great new smartwatches have been launched recently. Despite that, the Apple Watch remains on top of the list.
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You might have heard about the massive internet attack this past Friday which brought down some of the biggest websites and services on the internet. It was a distributed denial of service (DDoS) on a scale that we’ve probably not even witnessed before. It was later revealed that connected objects and Internet of Things devices such as webcams were used as tools to conduct this elaborate attack. Some of those vulnerable devices are now being recalled.
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Google today announced that it has inked strategic partnerships with Visa and Mastercard in order to bring Android Pay to more places online. The new partnerships will soon enable Android Pay users to pay on countless websites where Visa Checkout or Masterpass are accepted using the device authentication method of their choice, such as fingerprint recognition. This will eliminate the need for users to remember multiple usernames and passwords on checkout.
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