NEW YORK — Moz is rolling out a new tool that allows people to build their own barbershop tools for a fraction of the cost.
The new tools will be released in the coming weeks.
The company says the tools will include barbershops with a small amount of tools and other accessories, which can be used for cutting hair, styling nails, and other tasks.
Moz founder and CEO Michael Pachter told The Associated Press that he has spent years developing the software and that he expects to release a version of it in the next few weeks.
The tools, which are free, will be available to developers and will be supported by the Mozilla Foundation.
Mulholland said he believes the tools are the result of months of research.
He said he wants to help people find the best barber in their area and make it as easy as possible for them to do that.
The Mozilla Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides support for Mozilla software, hardware and other products.
MulHolland says that Mozilla wants to provide a new, open, open community to create new products, and the new tools are a step in that direction.
Makoto Noguchi, who is also the founder and director of the foundation, said he hopes that these new tools can help barbers become more productive.