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How Indonesia carries out the death penalty: rules of execution

Photograph: Darma Semito/AAP<p>Dozens of police guards leave Indonesia’s prison on Nusa Kambangan at Wijayapura Port, where Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan are scheduled to be executed by firing …

11 best new Android apps and Android games released in February 2015

We’re nearing the end of February and it’s been quite the month for Android apps and Android games. We saw some flops but we also saw some pretty impressive software. Let’s take a look at the best Android apps and Android games of February 2015.<p>Do Button by IFTTT<p>[Price: Free]<br>Do Button by IFTTT is a …

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Face Transplants - Photocollages and text by Terry Castle | LensCulture

The photos here have all been brazenly tampered with in one way or another. Most images, though not all, were created digitally, and draw on my huge collection of anonymous photographs and vintage postcards.<p>I find that I am seldom interested in a photograph, new or old, if it doesn’t have a face in …

Reflections of New York - Photographs and text by François Van Bastelaer | LensCulture

New York is a wonderful place, so many times showed in pictures. I try to present the city from a different point of view. I developed a project that shows the reality as something unusual, different, sometimes almost surrealist. All these pictures are the exact reality. The use of photoshop is …

Looking East: The Western advance on China’s burgeoning mobile gaming market

Taking your mobile game to China is tough, but it might just be worth the effort.<p>Mobile gaming in China was worth $4.4 billion in 2014 — a significant part of an $18.5 billion gaming market — and it’s unsurprising that Western developers want a piece of the action. But taking your game to China …