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  • This company can turn your face into an identical mask

    OTSU, Japan — Super-realistic face masks made by a tiny company in rural Japan are in demand from the domestic tech and entertainment industries and from countries as far away as Saudi Arabia. The 300,000-yen ($2,650) masks, made of resin and plastic by five employees at REAL-f Co., attempt to accurately duplicate an individual’s face...

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  • The Property Brothers can trick Face ID

    We meet the Property Brothers -- Jonathan and Drew Scott -- for a technology-themed round of "Know Your Brother." Oh, yeah, and Drew can unlock Jonathan's iPhone with his face.

  • How to get ‘Animoji’ on older iPhones and iPads without Face ID

    Apple’s popular Animoji (and Memoji) are only available on iPhones and iPads with Face ID. But that doesn’t mean you’re totally out of luck on older devices. Follow along for how to get ‘Animoji’ on older iPhones and iPads without Face ID. more… The post How to get ‘Animoji’ on older iPhones and iPads without Face ID appeared first on 9to5Mac.

  • This $9 Sleep Mask Can Cool Your Face and Help With Headaches

    While most eye masks try to provide as little compression as possible, IMAK’s compression pain relief mask lightly presses around your eyes by design to help with headaches, migraines, and sinus pain. You can even throw it in the freezer for cooling (but not too cooling) relief when you go to bed. Read more...

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