Not expecting price just yet Sony's announcement post acknowledged PlayStation 5's drip-feed of information thus far, pointing out, "What is a launch without games?" So far, we've gotten a look at the console's new controller, a "deep dive" on the system architecture that included some (but not all) of the system's tech specs, and a weird CES keynote moment that revealed the console's logo and nothing else. And Jim Ryan was careful to emphasize that, "rest assured, after next week’s showcase, we will still have much to share with you." (Our translation: Fans will still have to wait to see the console's design, price, and release date.) … [Read more...] about “The future of gaming”: PlayStation 5 game reveal event dated for June 4
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The following are some symptoms of low testosterone: diminished sex drive, reduced muscle bulk and strength, night sweats, infertility, fewer spontaneous erections, depression, loss of body hair, swollen breasts, palpitations, shrunken testes, height loss, fatigue, irritability, reduced self-confidence, poor concentration, memory loss, sleep problems, increased body fat and anemia. … [Read more...] about What Are the Signs of Male Menopause?
The question of whether pregnancy might help trigger these diseases has been debated for years. To shed light on the controversy, investigators analyzed medical records of more than 1 million women in Denmark born between 1962 and 1992. Of these, 43.4 percent had not been pregnant, 44.3 percent had their first pregnancy delivered conventionally, 7.6 percent had their first pregnancy delivered via cesarean section, and 4.1 percent had abortions. (The numbers do not quite add up because the women who had abortions did not all say whether they had other pregnancies.) … [Read more...] about Having a Baby Makes Mom’s Body Turn on Itself
The UK's coronavirus contact-tracing app could be technically ready for deployment in as soon as two to three weeks, according to the boss of health service innovation group NHSX, Matthew Gould. Speaking before the Science and Technology Committee, Gould said that the technology would be trialed in one area first and, subject to the tool performing well, would then be scaled up nationally as part of a wider strategy to emerge from lockdown. … [Read more...] about Contact-tracing app could be ready in two to three weeks