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It’s cutting calories—not intermittent fasting—that drops weight, study suggests

Enlarge (credit: Getty | David Jennings) Intermittent fasting, aka time-restricted eating, can help people lose weight—but the reason why may not be complicated hypotheses about changes from fasting metabolism or diurnal circadian rhythms. It may just be because restricting eating time means people eat fewer calories overall....

Sat Apr 20, 2024 01:05
CNN, record holder for shortest streaming service, wants another shot

Enlarge (credit: Getty) On March 29, 2022, CNN+, CNN's take on a video streaming service, debuted. On April 28, 2022, it shuttered, making it the fastest shutdown of any launched streaming service. Despite that discouraging superlative, CNN has plans for another subscription-based video streaming platform, Financial Times...

Sat Apr 20, 2024 01:05
Long-lost model of the USS Enterprise returned to Roddenberry family

Enlarge / This mysterious model appeared on eBay with little fanfare. (credit: eBay) The first-ever model of Star Trek's USS Enterprise NCC-1701 has been returned to the Roddenberry family, according to an ABC News report. The three-foot model was used to shoot the pilot and credits scene for Star Trek's original series...

Sat Apr 20, 2024 01:05
Cities: Skylines 2 team apologizes, makes DLC free and promises a fan summit

Enlarge / Like the Beach Properties DLC itself, this property looks a bit unfinished and in need of some focus. (credit: Paradox Interactive) Perhaps the first clue that something was not quite right about Beach Properties, the first $10 DLC "expansion" for the already off-kilter city-building sim Cities: Skylines 2, was...

Fri Apr 19, 2024 23:06
Netflix doc accused of using AI to manipulate true crime story

Enlarge / A cropped image showing Raw TV's poster for the Netflix documentary What Jennifer Did, which features a long front tooth that leads critics to believe it was AI-generated. (credit: Raw TV) An executive producer of the Netflix hit What Jennifer Did has responded to accusations that the true crime documentary used...

Fri Apr 19, 2024 23:06
Huawei phone has a pop-out camera lens, just like a point-and-shoot camera

Enlarge / The Huawei Pura 70 Ultra. That red ring around the camera lens is how far it moves. (credit: Huawei) Huawei is still out there making phones, even if it has been shunned by the US government and the US-aligned tech ecosystem. The latest phone has a new name: "Huawei Pura 70." While you wouldn't ever want to...

Fri Apr 19, 2024 23:06

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