If you primarily use the Switch like a supersized Game Boy, there’s not much you can do about this. But if you often have it docked to a TV or propped up on a stand, Nintendo’s Switch Pro Controller is a worthwhile investment. If you have any experience playing with a PlayStation or, especially, an Xbox, it should feel right at home—there’s more room to grasp, more give to the buttons, grippier handles, and just the right amount of space between all the controller’s elements. It’s immediately and significantly more comfortable. There’s an actual d-pad, too, and its rechargeable battery lasts an excellent 35-40 hours per charge. Since the Pro Controller is supported on Steam, it can also double as a handy controller for PC gamers (though it requires a little extra setup to work outside of Valve’s client). It doesn’t sacrifice any of Nintendo’s motion control of Amiibo scanning features, either. … [Read more...] about Guidemaster: The best Nintendo Switch accessories you can buy in 2019
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Some outside researchers expressed concern because while the milk produced by Daisy does show much less β-lactoglobulin, it held more of a non-whey protein called casein, which is also responsible for allergies. "We wouldn't think that this has any relevance to milk allergy; whey protein is one of many, many proteins that people can be allergic to," said Robert Wood, allergy and immunology chief at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, who was not involved in the new research. … [Read more...] about Holy Cow! ‘Daisy’ Makes Hypoallergenic Milk
There's also the wide world of tabloid hoaxes, like the fake image of Osama bin Laden's corpse that surfaced shortly after it was announced that the elusive al-Qaeda leader had been killed in Pakistan. “I have seen a great number of poorly Photoshopped images in my time as a photographer and I can tell by the pixels that it is a fake,” photographer Kenna Lindsay had said of the image in a choice bit of trolling that made its way onto the front page of CNN. Shortly after, internet sleuths demonstrated the image to be a simple composite, combining a photo of a bloodied man with a widely-circulated stock image of the terrorist kingpin. … [Read more...] about Is this shopped? Truth, lies, and art before and after Photoshop
"As there are more Ebola survivors, we're probably going to see a significant amount of ocular complications," said study researcher Dr. Olga Cerón, an assistant professor of ophthalmology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, who treated Sacra. "If you catch [the problems] early on, you can really reverse and potentially prevent these vision complications," Cerón told Live Science. [What Are the Long-Term Effects of Ebola?] … [Read more...] about Another American Ebola Survivor Had Eye Problems
Competing fan-focused conventions like PAX can also offer publishers the opportunity to attract press coverage while reaching out directly to gamers simultaneously. Unlike similar international conventions like Gamescom and the Tokyo Game Show, E3 has never let members of the general public onto the show floor. When asked if there are plans to change this, the Entertainment Software Association's Rich Taylor told Gamesbeat, "I don’t think the answer is to roll up the bay doors in the back of the convention center and firing a starter pistol. I think it has to be strategic." … [Read more...] about Why are some of gaming’s biggest publishers abandoning E3?