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Prisma uses AI to turn your photos into graphic novel fodder double quick

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Prisma uses AI to turn your photos into graphic novel fodder double quick

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Prisma uses AI to turn your photos into graphic novel fodder double quick

Prisma

Prisma uses AI to turn your photos into graphic novel fodder double quick

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We asked festival-goers at Glastonbury their reaction to ‘Brexit’

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LONDON — The results are in, and Britain is out.

Instagram’s new video channels will help you geek out over your obsessions

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Instagram wants you to watch more video.

The company is adding new topic-based video channels to the “explore” section of the app. The channels, which will be labeled as “picked for you,” will surface based on topics you may be interested in.

Instagram first introduced video channels to the explore section of the app in an update last spring. But the latest update adds a couple dozen new topical channels that allow users to watch…

Circle takes $60M to grow its social payments biz globally, as it steps into China

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These lipsticks with flowers in them are too pretty to use

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Lipsticks have been huge this year thanks to the Internet.

These lipsticks with flowers in them are too pretty to use

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Lipsticks have been huge this year thanks to the Internet.

App that claimed to help refugees at sea removed from App Store over reports it’s fake

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An app that claimed to help rescue refugees has been removed from Apple’e App Store following reports that it doesn’t actually work the way its creators claimed.

The app, called I Sea, said it was bringing a “crowdsourced” approach to rescuing refugees in the Mediterranean Sea. But experts who have looked at the app more closely say that its claims are misleading.

Created by ad agency Grey Digital, the app was covered…