Last.fm founders have created Lumi, a service that uses people’s web browsing history to suggest what pages they should visit next.

The founders of music website Last.fm have created a new service that tracks users' web browsing history to suggest sites they might be interested in. Lumi is a web discovery tool for effortlessly finding relevant news, information, entertainment and products.

The secure platform uses people's browsing history to identify trending and recommended pages in real-time with no other actions required. The feed of individual suggestions of relevant and popular web pages automatically adapts to what the user browses.

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