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This simple dietary change may reverse mid-life gut bacteria crises

This simple dietary change may reverse mid-life gut bacteria crises

Middle age tends to include select unwanted physiological changes, including potential decreases in cognitive performance. There's no clear explanation for what drives these issues, but the answer may partially involve gut bacteria changes that influence brain function. In a newly published study, researchers reveal that adding a widely available substance to one's diet may help reverse these mid-life cognitive impairments.

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Google Search, Maps, and Assistant now all help you find food delivery

Google Search, Maps, and Assistant now all help you find food delivery

Finding something to eat is difficult enough without having to browse through the various services that would like to deliver it to you. There are a lot of them these days too, so Google is trying to streamline the food delivery process by surfacing new features in Search, Maps, and Assistant when you look for food, hopefully decreasing the time between that initial search and when it shows up at your door.

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NASA names first commercial partner for Artemis, Lunar Gateway

NASA names first commercial partner for Artemis, Lunar Gateway

NASA's latest announcement in their ongoing mission back toward the moon had to do with power. It was the group known as Maxar Technologies, formerly SSL, in Westminster, Colorado that was at the center of this announcement. It was Maxar that was announced to have won the contract to develop and demonstrate power, propulsion, and communications capabilities for NASA’s lunar Gateway over the next several years.

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Panic Playdate console’s games are the most fascinating feature

Panic Playdate console’s games are the most fascinating feature

On Wednesday, May 22, Panic revealed one of the most interesting handheld game consoles we've seen in years, the Playdate. This small device, which looks somewhat like a Game Boy crossed with an iPod Nano, will offer players mobile access to unique games utilizing the device's hand crank 'joystick.' Each game will be made available as part of a 'season of games,' according to the company, naturally raising some questions about how all of this will work.

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VR pants, shoes, gloves, and other things Sony has planned

VR pants, shoes, gloves, and other things Sony has planned

Sony's PlayStation VR system is well and away the easiest form of non-mobile virtual reality in the world at the moment. With the introduction of VR to the console world came the possibility that there'd be more than a couple splits in content - and usability. Interaction with the 3D content in a virtual reality, from your couch, in your living room - that's the true dream. Now add a pair of pants.

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Rotten Tomatoes’ review bombing fix is unexpectedly simple

Rotten Tomatoes’ review bombing fix is unexpectedly simple

User reviews are often a good way to get a feel for what your peers think of a movie, game, or TV show, but usually there isn't any kind of vetting process associated with them. How can you tell that the person leaving an exceedingly low (or exceeding high) rating on a movie actually saw it? Rotten Tomatoes asked the same question, and today, it's introducing verified audience reviews and ratings.

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This groundbreaking human cell division model could help cure cancer

This groundbreaking human cell division model could help cure cancer

Scientists have released the first visualization of human cell division, paving the way for new potential treatments for cancer and other diseases. Mitosis is the process where healthy human cells divide, responsible for everything from growing a baby from a fertilized egg, through to our bodies repairing themselves.

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The Audi TT replacement will be electric

The Audi TT replacement will be electric

One of the most iconic Audi cars of the past two decades is getting an all-electric replacement, with the automaker confirming that the Audi TT faces an EV reinvention. The German company confirmed the shakeup in its affordable sports car segment at the Audi General Meeting, as part of a widespread acceleration toward zero-emissions vehicles.

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Apple promises warnings if updating will slow your iPhone

Apple promises warnings if updating will slow your iPhone

Apple caused quite a stir when it became clear that the company was intentionally slowing some phones to compensate for aging batteries. The fallout from that revelation was rather wide reaching - not only did Apple end up discounting battery replacement charges for many iPhone models for a year, but it also added a toggle to iOS that allows users to decide for themselves if they want their phone's speed throttled to make up for their worn down batteries.

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iPhone 11 release dates align with EUA database

iPhone 11 release dates align with EUA database

A collection of iPhone 11 smartphones (iPhone 11 era, I should say, who knows their name), appeared in a database this week. A Eurasian database by the name of the Eurasian Economic Commission pushed the codes to the public via database listings for a collection of new iPhone devices. These are the 2019 iPhone code-names: A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221, and A2223.

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FDA approves easier tests for America’s most common STIs

FDA approves easier tests for America’s most common STIs

New, easier tests for two of the most common STIs have been cleared by the US FDA, paving the way for more rapid - and less uncomfortable - diagnosis and treatment. While tests for chlamydia and gonorrhea are already in widespread use, currently they can require relatively intrusive methods of sampling.

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First Star Trek: Picard trailer trailer in detail UPDATE: Fixed!

First Star Trek: Picard trailer trailer in detail UPDATE: Fixed!

This morning the first Star Trek: Picard trailer was revealed, in full CBS glory. This isn't going to blow your mind full of details, but it will stoke your interest in the series if you're any sort of fan of Star Trek, whatsoever. In the mix is a little back story on where we are in the timeline - 15 years after Picard left Starfleet.

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