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    Personal Data Mirror ~ Researchers at New York Times Lab have created something of a Snow White style magic mirror that would tell you anything from what the weather is like outside to how a particular tie would suit you. That’s not all. It is sound as well as gesture driven(thanks, Kinect) and allows you to surf the web, send emails, or even flip through your wardrobe.

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