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A Brief History of Esports

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Things have come a long way since the first Space Invaders Championship in 1980

Jesy Nelson fuels rumours of romance with British reality star

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The Little Mix girls enjoyed a successful night, taking home the BRIT Award for British Single for their hit Shout Out To My Ex.

From: www.music-news.com

Singer Kay Cola claims she heard Chris Brown abusing Karrueche Tran

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Kay Cola claims she reported it to the police.

From: www.music-news.com

Bell'O Computer Desk for $40 + free shipping

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As one of its daily deals, Best Buy via eBay offers the Bell'O Computer Desk in Silver, model no. OD29102-32-SLV, for $39.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $30. It measures 30" x 32". Deal ends today.

Focus: Breaking Travel News investigates: Klein Handjies Preschool at Boschendal Estate

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History, explains Lynette Carolissen, principal of the Klein Handjies Preschool at Boschendal estate near Franschhoek, may well show that the decision by Boschendal’s new owners to support this preschool was the most beneficial of all the changes and improvements that they have brought about since taking over the estate in 2012.

He's run circles around people since age 1

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Seabelo Senatla first ran circles around people at the age of one.

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Dortmund close on PSG forward

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Daily newspaper L’Equipe claims that Borussia Dortmund have emerged as favourites to sign French forward Jean-Kevin Augustin from Paris Saint-Germain. Having seen his first team chances severely limited at Parc des Princes, the 19-year-old is considering his options and he is widely expected to leave the Saints at the end of the season. With the [...]

Best surge protector

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You only know for sure that you needed a surge protector after your equipment fries. Then it’s too late. For a very reasonable amount of money, you could put an almost literal firewall between your expensive (and cheap) electronics and the juice coming in from a wall socket. A surge protector throws itself into the line of fire, sacrificing its components again and again so that your devices stay functional.
These reviews are of surge protectors designed for a home office or cubicle, or a home-entertainment system. Such power mediators have a single function: keeping voltage from exceeding a certain rated level, beyond which equipment can blow a fuse, burn out its power supply, or completely fry its circuitry beyond repair. The surge protector takes a hit instead of your hardware or A/V system, and it could potentially save you hundreds to many thousands of dollars, depending on what you have connected.

AmazonBasics 6-Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip review: Very little protection

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We included this AmazonBasics model in our testing, because we wanted to see how a baseline, mostly old-style power strip with surge protection would work. The answer is: not well and we don’t recommend it for electronics of any kind. Its clamping voltage is too high, protection too low, and durability too short.
It’s almost a side note that the location and spacing of the outlets isn’t ideal for electronics. There’s one extra long gap at the strip’s end opposite the power switch, but I was only able to position four typical plugs among its six outlets.
To be fair, Amazon markets it at the top of its product page as for “small appliances, phones, and lamps,” but in the full description, Amazon says it “creates an important layer of defense, protecting electronic devices like hard drives against system crashes, data loss, and damage.”

Accell Poweramid surge protector review: Packs a lot in a small footprint

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When you’re on the road, in a hotel room, at a coffeeshop, in an airport, or in a conference or banquet room, the power outlets available often fall far short of what you need. The Accell 6-outlet Powramid has a cutesy name, but packs a wallop. With six outlets spaced at intervals around a circle, plus two high-speed USB charging ports, you can practically power an office. You’ll make a lot of friends when you plug this in.
The Powramid isn’t precisely portable. It’s just under 1.5 pounds and with the bulbous main unit plus the six-foot cord, so you won’t want to drop it into a laptop bag or a regular carry-on. But it is the kind of gadget you might throw into a car or in checked luggage if you’re routinely short of power or traveling with colleagues.

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