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    Google's latest smartphone promises better pictures and videos through the power of AI. WSJ's David Pierce pits the Pixel 3 against the iPhone and Galaxy Note 9 in six shooting challenges. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street Journal More

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  • The Columnists on Risk

    Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, comedian Sandra Bernhard, director Lee Daniels and others open up about risk taking—and where they draw the line—in this first episode of WSJ. Magazine’s new series, The Columnists. More

  • Trevor Noah Reflects on His Path to ‘The Daily Show’

    "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" is nominated for Outstanding Variety Talk Series, at the 70th Emmy Awards on Sept. 17. WSJ spent a day with the South African-born standup in June 2017 to find out how his comedic mind works. More

  • Saudi Rappers Fight for the Right to Party

    The Saudi government is easing its grip on pop culture with a limited opening to hip-hop musicians and graffiti artists. But some chafe at official restrictions. Photo: Benoit Faucon/The Wall Street Journal More

  • Sync Your Camera and Phone for Better Photography

    There are plenty of good reasons to use a dedicated camera, but your smartphone should still be part of your photo workflow. WSJ's David Pierce shows you the accessories and apps to make it work. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street Journal More

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