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America's top skincare brand will unveil its most personalized skincare product ever, the Neutrogena MaskiD at the Consumer Electronics Showcase (CES) in Las Vegas this week. The Neutrogena MaskiD is a patent-pending, 3D-printed sheet mask powered by user data that delivers the clinical efficacy expected from the #1 dermatologist recommended brand in the United States.
Although many would believe that it is a device that in full 2019 is still working, the low sales show otherwise, which is why companies like Samsung have decided that they will stop manufacturing. The decision not to produce more Blu-Ray players is based on the fact that the device is dying little by little due to the lack of profitability.
When you buy a new phone, computer or tablet, the most usual thing is that some applications and programs are already pre-installed. This is what is known as "factory software", "crapware" or "junkware" (junk software), it is usually a space that can be used for other elements.
The 5G will open the door to a revolution in many areas, however it will change health in the way we know it. Thanks to the development of this technology, doctors and patients can be in different parts of the world, as was seen in the first operation broadcast live with this technology in Spain.
Drones spotted over the UK's second-busiest airport have halted flights since Wednesday evening, heavily disrupting the holiday travel of tens of thousands of passengers. Flights at London's Gatwick airport couldn't take off or land, and airport authorities said that 110,000 passengers on 760 flights were affected yesterday.
The new central library is one of the most anticipated public projects in Finland for years, an ambitious attempt to reinvent the library for its population’s future needs. Two days before the opening Oodi, Helsinki’s new central library, its director, Anna-Maria Soininvaara, stands before some of the high-tech equipment that would soon be available for the public to use. She isn’t entirely sure what it all did, she says sheepishly.