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Putting their best face forward

Wevents, a social gathering for working women, recently organised a make-up workshop with The Face Shop, themed “Feel Beautiful, Look Beautiful”.

Kim Il-sung’s face haunts South Koreans at the Olympics

Pyeongchang: It has been 24 years since North Korean founder Kim Il-sung died, but the face of the man who started the reclusive regime has sparked furore among Koreans with the Kim Il-sung mask controversy.

Thailand to require fingerprints, face scans for SIM cards

BANGKOK: Face-scans or fingerprints will be needed to buy SIM cards in Thailand from next month as the kingdom tries to crack down on electronic fraud and encourage mobile banking.

Man fined RM6,000 for threatening to smash girlfriend's face

PETALING JAYA: The magistrate’s court here has fined a man RM6,000, in default six months’ jail, for threatening to smash his girlfriend’s face last year.

Judge to decide if Reuters pair will face trial

YANGON: Two Reuters reporters accused of breaching a draconian secrecy law in Myanmar will find out next week whether they will face a full trial, after lawyers delivered closing statements.

Ipoh Timur’s Khoo to face Abdul Aziz in Tebing Tinggi

IPOH: Ipoh Timur MCA division deputy chief Tony Khoo Boon Chuan, who is tipped to contest the Tebing Tinggi state seat, may face DAP’s constitutional law expert Dr Abdul Aziz Bari.

Analysts sceptical iPhone X’s Face ID will be foolproof

Apple is placing a bold bet that your face can securely unlock your phone, but experts are sceptical that it will be foolproof from the get-go.

Are you ready to unlock your iPhone with your face?

Your passcode can be cracked, but your face is yours and yours alone. That's the thinking behind Apple's latest security measure, which is more high-tech and a bit more intimate than anything else on the market.

Security company says a mask fooled Face ID on iPhone X

Less than a week after the Apple iPhone X went on the market, a cybersecurity firm said it had already defeated the new phone's vaunted face recognition system using a US$150 (RM627.90) mask made on a 3D printer.

US teens prefer remote chats to face-to-face meeting (study)

American teenagers are starting to prefer communicating via text instead of meeting face-to-face, according to a study by the independent organisation Common Sense Media.