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Post Instagram to WordPress? No, Pressgram!

There are more than 71 million Wordpress blogs in the world. If you have a Wordpress blog and want to post an Instagram image to the site from your phone, you really can’t. But now you can Pressgram.

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How to make a YouTube GIF in seconds

If you were somewhat coherent in the late 80s and early 90s, then you’ve probably seen a GIF (or Graphics Interchange Format) graphic on the web. It’s the animated graphic that looks like it’s from said period and just loops, and loops and loops into eternity. The GIF (pronounced ‘jiff’, …

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News from around the Tech World

If you're visiting Arlington, Texas, and have been itching to try out an autonomous vehicle, you're in luck. Starting Friday, three Drive.ai self-driving cars (and eventually five) will be available to ride — for anyone, not just office workers, city officials, or a select group of "early riders." Back in July, Drive.ai piloted the autonomous Nissan NV200 vans in Frisco, Texas. The Arlington deployment will be around for the next year. "This is a not a Read More ››
Fri, Oct 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Around the world, popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are being embraced by wide swaths of investors and tech enthusiast alike, which has generated a surge in cryptocurrency-supporting technologies, platforms, and websites. One of these supporting companies, Coinbase, has itself garnered a global reputation thanks to how much of a staple it's become in the broader cryptocurrency community. But does cryptocurrency really need a company like Coinbase to suceeed? As we'll come to see, if Read More ››
Fri, Oct 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
In March of this year, Mexico was lauded by tech experts for becoming the first country in Latin America to pass a law regulating fintech, thus unlocking the potential of blockchain technologies to solve entrenched problems relating to political transparency and financial inclusion. For Mexico and its capital city of approximately 9 million, positive publicity can still feel like a novelty. But, in fact, the praiseworthy, forward-thinking commitment to innovation demonstrated by the bill is Read More ››
Fri, Oct 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Facebook's promise to fight fake news is finally starting to work. Well, sort of. It depends on where you look. Almost two years after the company vowed to start taking its fake news problem seriously, some of those efforts are beginning to pay off, even if things aren't moving nearly fast enough for some. The social network has introduced a new series called "The Hunt for False News," which includes specific examples of widely shared fake Read More ››
Fri, Oct 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Google is extending its design atheistic that favors subtle, rounded corners even further by manually adjusting the Pixel 3's screen corners during start up, as first spotted by an eagle-eyed Reddit user earlier today. Material Theme, an updated version of the company's software design philosophy, is the driving force behind the Gmail and Chrome redesigns of late, and you'll notice it most prevalently in the new Chrome tab design that eschews rough and pronounced corners Read More ››
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If you've used Android for quite some time, it's likely you've mistakenly swiped away a notification or two for one reason or another. Maybe you're swiping in a hurry like my colleague Dieter Bohn, or you accidentally cleared everything in the notification drawer without meaning to, or maybe you just wonder where all your notifications go, and if there's a historical list of them, after you've dismissed them. But don't worry, as you can find Read More ››
Fri, Oct 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source