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Cosmetic technology

Computer scientist Katia Vega has created a range of cosmetics and accessories that can be used to control electronic devices.

If you can wear electronics on your wrists, in your clothing, and even as stick-on tattoos, why not paint them on your skin?
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Apple sets up

Apple's event on Tuesday, October 22, in San Francisco is expected to bring new iPads and Macs. Apple is holding the event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater.

The company began decorating the building earlier this week. Here's the progress as of Friday afternoon, local time.
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Model of the Millennium Falcon

"Star Wars" fans who want to get a close-up look at some of the films' original history should make their way to Silicon Valley before February.

This weekend, the Tech Museum of Innovation begins showcasing "Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination," an exhibit that has been traveling the country for the last eight years and is now making its final stop, almost in George Lucas' backyard.

Visitors to the show, which runs through February 23, 2014, will get an up-close view of 70 original artifacts from the six "Star Wars" movies, including costumes, models, props, and more.

This model of the Millennium Falcon was used in "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope."
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Gorgeous view of Saturn

Looking for a new desktop pic? Look no further.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft continues to astound by exploring Saturn's rings, finding household chemicals, and snapping photos of Earth from 900 million miles away.
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Tokyo commuter love

Do you have a dream location to exchange wedding vows with your beloved? A romantic beach, place of worship, or maybe a Las Vegas chapel?

How about one of the world's busiest commuter trains?

That's what a Japanese couple chose recently when they took the plunge aboard the Yamanote Line, a loop railway that carries more than 3 million passengers around central Tokyo every day.
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