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It has measures that keep Photoshop manipulations out of the picture. There's been a backlash against digitally manipulated photos in the media, and frequently for good reasons: heavily edited shots set
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So Bentley University and a startup called Burning Glass, which uses big data to examine workforce trends, set about answering what skills are most in demand. They examined nearly 25 million US job postings
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Attention: jailbreakers and would-be jailbreakers! TaiG, the Chinese jailbreaking team that has been thanked in Apple patch notes for exposing iOS vulnerabilities, has just released a new jailbreak tool