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7 Subtle Signs of a Drainage Problem

Today, drainage problems are very common and thousands of home owners are facing it. Drain clogging, flooded basement and water-backup are some of the major signs which indicates towards a damaged or faulty drainage system. But, there are other subtle indications of a drainage problem, which home owners doesn’t care about, and those indications finally lead to a damaged drainage ... Read More »

This week in games: Free Ubisoft games galore, a new Age of Empires 2 expansion, and more

2017’s basically here already. Proof? Three new game release dates this week, spanning from February to April of next year. It’s starting. That, plus Sam Lake sing-talks his way through Remedy’s music, Age of Empires II gets yet another new expansion, Planet Coaster becomes a winter wonderland, Doom runs on a single keyboard key, and Hitman borrows from Home Alone. This ... Read More »

Hacker allegedly stole logins from a US election agency

A Russian-speaking hacker has been found selling stolen login credentials for a U.S. agency that tests and certifies voting equipment, according to a security firm. The hacker was attempting to sell more than 100 allegedly compromised login credentials belonging to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC), the security firm Record Future said in a Thursday blog post. The company said ... Read More »

Huawei Honor 8 receives a $100 price cut in the US

Deals for the Huawei Honor 8 are rather common these days and now we’ve got yet another offer in the US. Specifically, Amazon is selling both 32GB and 64GB models for $100 less than their usual prices. A quick look at Honor’s US website reveals that the models are officially being sold for $399 and $449, meaning purchasing through Amazon ... Read More »

This week in games: Battlefield 1 gets a Grenade Crossbow and someone builds an Atari 2600 in Minecraft

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Factors likely to help Maruti Suzuki Ignis emerge as a popular choice

As Maruti Suzuki gears up to launch it much awaited compact crossover, Ignis, we highlight some of the key factors that might help the new model in generating desired numbers. Maruti Suzuki has updated its official Nexa page with a listing for the Ignis and when clicked, plays a teaser video. For those interested in the vehicle, they can fill ... Read More »

Xiaomi will likely unveil a new electric vehicle on December 12

Xiaomi is no stranger to experimenting with all sorts of products, spanning from light bulbs to air purifiers. In the western world, we mostly get glimpses from the smartphone business, but there are equally interesting and compelling offers on various accessories, TVs and other multimedia equipment that typically never leave the company’s home market. Some of you might remember the ... Read More »

Another Samsung patent gives a clearer picture of the upcoming foldable phone

It appears the Samsung foldable phone plot is thickening yet again. Another interesting patent has surfaced online, showing a brand new design concept for a foldable handset, with bendable displays and what appears to be a detachable camera module. Samsung foldable phone This comes as yet another piece in a puzzle that has coming together for over three years now. ... Read More »

How to password protect a PDF before sending it by email

A reader asks: “Is there any way to password-protect and lock a sensitive PDF file before sending it as an attachment through email? I cannot afford Adobe Acrobat Pro and free primopdf didn’t work for me. Any help will be appreciated!” The quickest way to do this is to ZIP the PDF file and protect the ZIP file, or use ... Read More »

Latest Samsung Gear S2 update brings a slew of Gear S3 features

When Samsung introduced the Gear S3 family of devices at this year’s IFA, it definitely took a big and ambitious stem forward in the smartwatch realm. However, the Korean giant decided not to ditch last year’s Gear S2 and continue to sell and improve it. Not only is the S2 smaller and will cater to a different audience, it also ... Read More »