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Google Santa Tracker – Best app for following Santa LIVE this Christmas Eve | Tech | Life & Style

Google Santa Tracker – Best app for following Santa LIVE this Christmas Eve | Tech | Life & Style

Featured, Gadgets
It’s almost here.As you read this sentence, Santa Claus is likely busy loading his sleigh with the latest gadgets, toys, treats and a few lumps of coal (for the unlucky few on the naughty list).Thankfully, with the wonders of modern technology there are plenty of ways to track his progress as he speeds around the world tonight, taking single bites of mince pies and leaving coal-coated footprints on your carpet.Like a pricey courier service, excitable children can track his progress on a map, as the sleighful of presents make their way across the globe towards your chimney.So, if want to know when your presents are about to be delivered – here is how to use the Google Santa Tracker to track Saint Nick.Google Santa TrackerAndroid - Online • FreeGoogle's Santa tracker is back for another y
Cadbury Fudge replaced by Dairy Milk Oreo bar in festive selection box sparking fan anger | Food | Life & Style

Cadbury Fudge replaced by Dairy Milk Oreo bar in festive selection box sparking fan anger | Food | Life & Style

Dining, Featured
Cadbury fans have reacted with anger after the company decided to replace the British classic Fudge bars with the Dairy Milk Oreo, an American biscuit, instead this year.Their £2.99 festive selection box no longer contains the Fudge.The company said it had made the decision "to improve the mix and offer more of a variety for our fans".Fudge, known as Milk Fudge when it first came on the market in 1948, will still be available in the chocolate company's small £1.09 box and its Freddo selection packs.But that hasn’t stopped fans from reacting with fury online, with many taking to Twitter to vent their frustration.Some are seeing it as a move against British favourites by American owners of Cadbury, Kraft.One Twitter user said: “I cannot believe Cadbury's would remove the Fudge bar, that i
Unruly pets sabotage Christmas decorations and presents | Nature | News

Unruly pets sabotage Christmas decorations and presents | Nature | News

Featured, Nature
From cats attempting to climb the fir to pooches eager to help shred the wrapping paper, these pictures capture some of the worst Christmas carnage.Decorations can be seen strewn over the floor, trees lying on the ground and presents ripped open.Raquel Leanne Brownsword's French bulldog Frankie was obviously annoyed at having his name crossed off her Christmas list for being a 'naughty boy'.A hilarious image shows a sheepish Frankie laid beside what is left of the paper list which has been torn to shreds.Lucy Riley's adorable glitter-loving pooch Olive must have thought it was his birthday. The 24-year-old from Leeds said: "She's two and a half years old and my stepdaughter was opening her Christmas gifts."Olive loves to help open gifts. “She ran off with a confetti cannon with a gift i
Gym workout plan: Exercising outdoors in the cold is best for weight loss | Health | Life & Style

Gym workout plan: Exercising outdoors in the cold is best for weight loss | Health | Life & Style

Featured, Health
Gym memberships are likely to be all the rage come January, and while there is nothing wrong with indoor exercise, getting outside from to time could help you burn through fat faster.Research has found that exercising outdoors in the cold is most beneficial for weight loss. A study published this year in the American Journal of Human Biology found that cooler temperatures force your body to burn more calories in order to regulate its temperature.They discovered that men who hiked in the mountains during winter burned 4,787 calories per day and just 3,822 calories doing the same exercise during spring.Similarly, women used up 3,081 in spring and 3,880 in winter.What’s more, exercising in the chilly outdoors compared to a balmy gym does more for your health than shrink your waistline.“Wor