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Facetune Photo Editing App Helps Retouch People's Faces

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You know those crazy magazine cover retouch jobs, where a good-looking celebrity lady gets transformed into an unblemished, cartoonishly proportioned, supermarket-checkout-ready goddess with perfect skin, through the magic of Photoshop and unreasonable expectations? Now you can get your own retouch transformation — should you so choose. A new iOS app called Facetune...
Facetune Photo Editing App Helps Retouch People's Faces

Seen at a supermarket checkout on 6th Ave. http://r2.ly/yt6c

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Seen at a supermarket checkout on 6th Ave. http://r2.ly/yt6c

Rise of the robots: what will the future of work look like? | Robert Skidelsky

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Sooner or later, we will run out of jobs - so, what are people to do if machines can do all (or most of) their work?What impact will automation - the so-called "rise of the robots" - have on wages and employment over the coming decades? Nowadays, this question crops...
Rise of the robots: what will the future of work look like? | Robert Skidelsky

Moshi Monsters' founder: the shift to mobile caught us by surprise

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With a dip in desktop users, Moshi is racing to keep kids entertained on tablets and mobiles. By Jemima KissLondon-based Mind Candy was stalling five years ago, but took a punt on an idea for a social networking game site for children.By 2013, the children's game network had become ubiquitous...
Moshi Monsters' founder: the shift to mobile caught us by surprise

Mobile barcode breakthrough means we may soon see them everywhere

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Mobile barcodes seem to be about to go mainstream, with Nokia and Sony Ericsson pre-installing barcode readers on many of their handsets. Barcodes in mobile are generally used to retrieve web content. For example a barcode on a poster can be scanned and used to retrieve a web page where...
Mobile barcode breakthrough means we may soon see them everywhere
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