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Expressions are everything in L.A. Noire

This spring, Australian developer Team Bondi brings L.A. Noire, a thrilling crime drama that takes place in Los Angeles in the 1940s. The game's biggest feature is the lifelike human expressions created with MotionScan technology.

By Feb. 10, 2011

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Indecent Exposure 34: Insouciant expressions

An outpouring of pet photos, Lori's CES snapshot, and when to compress.

By Jan. 16, 2009

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Indecent Exposure 31: Infant expressions

The best gear to capture baby, Nikon goes high rez, and your best macro moments.

By Dec. 5, 2008

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Indecent Exposure 64: Incongruous expressions (podcast)

Getting the raw end of the contest deal, looking for some Fringe-Be-Gone, and seeing geometrically.

By Oct. 2, 2009

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Top 10 Most Irritating Expressions in the English language

Words matter. Don't get caught using these annoying expressions.

By Nov. 7, 2008

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Koran expressions delay PS3 title 'Little Big Planet'

Sony is delaying the much-anticipated game due to discovery that background music contained potentially offensive expressions found in the Muslim holy book.

By Oct. 18, 2008

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Lego is a tool of Satan, says priest

Citing research from New Zealand and his own observation of Lego's Zombie characters and Monster Fighters, Poland's Father Slawomir Kostrzewa warns that children are being led into a world of death and darkness by the formerly lovable toy.

By Apr. 1, 2014

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On Facebook, good (and bad) moods are infectious

A new study shows that comments on the social network, like "the world is beautiful," often provoke similar posts, as do comments like, "Dear neighbor, go suck it."

By Mar. 12, 2014

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Lego faces are getting more pissed off, study says

As the years have passed, the faces of Lego people have trended toward becoming more angry, according to a study that tracked Lego expressions over time.

By Jun. 13, 2013

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SociBot mirrors faces for uncanny teleconferences

This disembodied robot can identify you in a crowd, mimic human emotions, and follow you around the room with its eyes. Plus, it's programmable to display any face, even your own.

By Apr. 7, 2014