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Shutterstock will start selling AI-generated stock imagery with help from OpenAI

Shutterstock is banning AI art uploaded to its platform by third parties — because it can’t validate the model used to create the content so can’t be sure who owns the copyright.
By The Verge Oct. 25, 2022

Twitter is planning to start charging $20 per month for verification

Platformer’s Casey Newton first reported that Twitter was considering charging for verification.
By The Verge Oct. 31, 2022

There are too many iPads, iPhones, and Apple Watches

There was the ninth-gen iPad and the 10th-gen iPad.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Chrome’s new sidebar lets you blast through search results

This isn’t Chrome’s first sidebar.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Instagram fixes outage that told millions their accounts were suspended

Adam Mosseri, who heads up Instagram, also apologized for the outage.
By The Verge Nov. 1, 2022

Google is freaking out about ChatGPT

Google announced it’s laying off more than 12,000 employees and focusing on AI as a domain of primary importance.
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023

WhatsApp’s new native Mac app is now in open beta

The messaging service has previously offered a web wrapped version of its web app as a macOS app
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023

Apple MacBook Pro 16 (2023) review: the core count grows

The 2023 MacBook Pro 16 is almost exactly the same as the 2021 MacBook Pro 16 except that there is a new chip inside
By The Verge Jan. 24, 2023