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On Tuesday morning, Apple's store went offline, a sign that a new product is on the way. It came back up to unveil the latest of its photo editing software called Aperture 3. The tool has more than 200 new features, like its face recognition capability that allows photo groups to be created based on the people in the photos. The program retails for just under $200 and is your hot twoppic of the moment.
Hot twoppic of the day is snow, as parts of the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast get ready for some major snowstorms, with winter storm warnings in 21 of the 50 states. The second in less than a week is headed towards Washington on Tuesday where some areas are expecting a foot of snow. In New York City, officials took the rare move of closing public schools a day in advance. From Washington to Boston, the combination of the heavy snow and wind gusts over 40 mph could produce blizzard conditions.
When it comes to bad PR, when it rains, it usually pours, and that is certainly true for Toyota, who just announced a voluntary safety recall on 133,000 2010 Toyota Prius vehicles and 14,000 2010 Lexus vehicles to correct a defect in the software controlling the anti-lock brake systems. And next on the list may be the 2009-2010 model year Corollas: reportedly the National Highway and Transportation Safety Administration has received 83 complaints about their electric power steering systems, making Toyota your hot twoppic of the week.
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