If you have an unpleasant reaction every time you eat a certain food, you may wonder whether you have some form of a food sensitivity. But what’s the difference between an allergy vs an intolerance, and how can you identify which one you might be suffering with? It’s easy to get confused, as these conditions present themselves in similar ways. Food allergies and food intolerances may appear in response to the same dietary triggers, and they both produce similar symptoms, such as stomach cramps, diarrhea and skin rashes. But the underlying mechanisms behind these conditions couldn’t be more different, and getting the right diagnosis is essential if you want to receive the right treatment. In this article, we’ll answer all of your important questions about food allergies vs intolerances, from causes through to treatments. What is a food allergy? According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (opens in new tab) , a food allergy is a chronic … [Read more...] about Allergy vs intolerance: What’s the difference?
What just happened? China has long sought to lessen its reliance on foreign chipmakers and focus on its home-grown options, part of the Made in China 2025 plan to update its domestic manufacturing capabilities. But those ambitions could be scuppered by the US, which wants to ban the sale of lithography tools produced by Netherlands-based ASML to the country. ASML, the world's largest supplier of lithography machines used in the chipmaking process, is already prohibited from selling its most advanced extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography equipment, which costs about $164 million per unit, to its Chinese customers as it cannot obtain an export license from the Dutch government due to pressure from the United States. Bloomberg writes that the US government is now pushing ASML to also stop selling its older deep ultraviolet (DUV) lithography tools to Chinese clients. Despite being a generation old, the technology is still used to create chips found in phones, autonomous cars, PCs, … [Read more...] about The US looks to kill Chinese chipmaking ambitions with ASML sales ban
Cela fait bien plus de deux ans que la première GoPro Max est arrivée avec l'objectif de s’imposer sur le marché restreint des caméras 360° - et de nouvelles demandes de brevets suggèrent qu'une GoPro Max 2 pourrait enfin être en route pour tenir cette ambition. Les derniers dépôts de brevet GoPro (opens in new tab) , qui ont été publiés par le United States Patent and Trademark Office le 30 juin, contiennent des descriptions détaillées du type de fonctionnalités logicielles que proposerait le successeur de la GoPro Max. Les brevets mentionnent " un cadrage des vidéos en fonction du contexte ". Le logiciel " déterminera quelle(s) partie(s) de la vidéo peuvent être supprimées ou raccourcies car trop longues ". C'est le problème que GoPro cherche apparemment à résoudre, les brevets comprenant quelques exemples différents de la façon dont cela pourrait fonctionner. Si les dépôts ne citent pas nommément la GoPro Max 2, elles incluent le visuel d'une caméra 360° qui … [Read more...] about La GoPro Max 2 commence à se dévoiler, pour le plus grand bonheur des vlogueurs
Audio player loading… The Sony Xperia 1 IV is in many ways one of the most interesting phones of 2022 so far, as it has features that you won’t find anywhere else. But it’s also a flawed phone and one with an extremely high price, so there are certainly changes that we want to see for the Sony Xperia 1 V, and we’ve listed these below. Before that though we’ve included details on when the Sony Xperia 1 V might launch, how much it might cost, and what specs and features it might have. We haven’t heard much yet, but as more leaks and rumors roll in, we’ll be sure to keep this article updated. Cut to the chase What is it? The next Sony flagship phone When is it out? Probably mid-2023 How much will it cost? Expect a very high price Sony Xperia 1 V: release date and price Sony hasn’t been terribly consistent with its Xperia 1 line releases, so we can’t be too sure when the Sony Xperia 1 V will land, especially in the absence of any rumors. For … [Read more...] about Sony Xperia 1 V: what we want to see
Audio player loading… Nothing's inaugural Ear (1) earbuds were, let's face it, a case of style over substance sonically. Glossy images of Nothing’s futuristic near-transparent units, with very friendly lady bugs perched atop the case, suggested quality and detailed workmanship – and there's no denying that due care an attention was taken in making them look good. The feature set – including Nothing's commendable new app – was better still, and the Nothing Ear (1) Black Edition brought Bluetooth 5.2 and improved the ANC to levels rarely seen at that price. IPX4 splash-proofing was also a nice touch, and the little red dot on the right earpiece made me wonder why other manufacturers don't offer this simple embellishment, but sound quality is ultimately the making or breaking of a set of wireless headphones and here, Nothing Ear (1) still fall short of the best wireless earbuds in terms of timing and neutrality across the frequencies, as well as for bass grip … [Read more...] about I’d swap AirPods for Nothing Ear (2) earbuds if they can improve in these four areas
President Joe Biden is traveling to Ohio on Wednesday, even as his administration is preparing to lift some of the economic tariffs on China. The president is expected to journey to Cleveland to talk about the growth of the economy and speak at the Iron Workers Local 17 Training Center. Recent reports say the president may act as soon as this week to lift billions of dollars of tariffs on China-made goods shipped to the United States. Corporations have campaigned extensively to get Biden to lift tariffs, citing record-high inflation as a reason for doing so. But economists estimate lifting tariffs will have a very little immediate impact on consumer prices. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH), who is running for Senate in Ohio, lambasted the president in June for even considering the idea. “Letting up on a communist government that’s made it their decades-long mission to undercut American manufacturing isn’t how we bring costs down,” he wrote on social media. “It’s these … [Read more...] about Joe Biden Traveling to Ohio to Promote Economy While Preparing to Lift Tariffs on China