Lumos Labs, the maker of the mobile brain training app Lumosity, has been ordered by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to pay $2 million to the agency (PDF) for falsely advertising that its software can help users perform better at work and in school, and reduce or delay cognitive impairment. The San Francisco-based company, which employs roughly 150 people and counts over 70 million users, advertised on TV, radio and the Web that training on its games for 10 to 15 minutes a few times a week could help you achieve your “full potential in every aspect of life.”…

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