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The Ultimate Way to De-Stress: Your Very Own Portable Sauna

* Relax at home with your very own portable sauna
* Tool-free design makes it simple to set up and take down
* Heats quickly up to 150 degrees Fahrenheit  278 more words

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3 keys for Buffalo Bills' offense against surging Dolphins in Week 16

The Buffalo Bills (7-7) will square off with the Miami Dolphins (9-5) at New Era Field in a Week 16 matchup with their AFC East rival on Saturday as they look to exact revenge for their Week 7 loss in which they blew an 11 point third quarter lead while Jay Ajayi gashed Rex Ryan’s defense for over 200 rushing yards. 570 more words

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Roger Federer Says He'd Never Win an Arm Wrestling Match Against Rafael Nadal: 'My Arms Are So Small!'

Although Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are two of the best tennis players in the world, Federer says the competition wouldn’t be as tight if the rivals and friends were to face off in an arm wrestling match. 232 more words


Bills vs. Dolphins: WR Sammy Watkins an x-factor in Week 16

The Buffalo Bills (7-7) host the Miami Dolphins (9-5) on Christmas Eve at New Era Field. For the Bills, only a victory can keep their faint hopes at a playoff berth alive. 267 more words

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Zero is a mobile automation app for email addicts

Email apps are a dime a dozen. There are the regular emails apps that come with our phones, there’s Gmail and Spark and there’s 50 others that all offer just about the same thing. 360 more words


Nick Carter Calls His Las Vegas Residency With The Backstreet Boys 'Entertaining From Top To Bottom'

Nick Carter has many things to look forward to these days.

After welcoming the birth of his son, Odin, this past April with his wife Lauren Kitt, the new dad is now touring across Canada for his “All American” tour before he takes on a hotly anticipated Las Vegas residency at the AXIS at Planet Hollywood with fan favourite’s the Backstreet Boys. 129 more words


Google accused of burying webmail service on search results

#Google #webmail  Google accused of burying webmail service on search results : Google has been accused of hiding a competitor’s webmail service from its search results in a “suspicious” manner for almost a year, costing the service hundreds of thousands of pounds in lost traffic. 31 more words