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PS5 specs plus MacBook Air and iPad Pro updates

After a break, new equipment declarations are sneaking back in. Sony followed up on Microsoft's Xbox Series X spec uncover with its own numbers-overwhelming overview for the PS5. With GDC dropped it put on a show of being a quite dry scene - I don't know why the organization prodded the stream yesterday. For those hoping to examine teraflops and other imperative insights, however, it was all that they'd need.

Hours sooner, Apple uncovered another iPad Pro with a 3D-detecting camera and a partner console adornment that includes a trackpad, as well. It likewise had another MacBook Air with its own significantly better console, while keeping it simply under the $1,000 mark.

Note there were no splashy press occasions or social occasions, be that as it may. It's a period of advanced briefings on video chat programming, where most won't find a good pace gadget - in any event not right away. It makes for drier gatherings, however that is the new reality until further noti…

A New Way to Look at Weight Loss in Dogs

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I’ve started thinking about weight loss in a slightly different way than I did in the past. I used to put dogs on a diet, get the weight off of them (sometimes), and then worry about how to keep it off later. Now I think of weight loss and weight maintenance as essentially the same thing. My goal is to find a diet that a dog can eat for the foreseeable future that will first get the weight off and then keep it off. Here’s why.

Weight gain is a sign that something is out of kilter with a dog’s energy balance; too much food, too many treats, the wrong type of food, and/or too little exercise are the culprits.

In a perfect world, I would be able to prescribe a change in the type/amount of food, the elimination of treats, and increased exercise, my recommendations would be followed, and the dog would lose an appropriate amount of weight. But let’s be honest. People have an incredibly hard time doing this even when their own wellbeing is at stake. To ask them to make radical adjustments in t…