1. Real-world Photoshop: Proctor & Gamble debut a handheld device that could replace makeup  The Next Web
  2. P&G introduces a wand that applies facial makeup in real-time  TechJuice
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Proctor & Gamble debuted its newest tool in the fight against aging. At CES this week, the company introduced the world to “Opté,” a handheld device that prints anti-aging product on top of your skin, acting as a real-world Photoshop, essentially. Opté covers up hyperpigmentation, or age spots, by gliding a device the size of […]

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Samsung's new fitness-focused watch could arrive just months after the Samsung Galaxy Watch

New reports suggest Samsung's Galaxy X foldable phone could also be revealed at its special February launch event in San Francisco, joining the Galaxy S10.

A Samsung article briefly contained an image that looked a lot like the rumored design of the Galaxy S10.