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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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Web

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Web

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

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Google is being investigated by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) after the agency received complaints that the search giant abused its dominant market position and rigged search results, reports The Economic Times. If found guilty, Google could face a fine of up to 10 percent of its income; the company posted a net income of more than $14 billion in 2014. The CCI director general filed a report last week based on concerns raised Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source
The lowly router is a necessary evil. It's a device we can't live without, but often feels like an arcane relic from an era when boxy tube monitors and dial-up modems ruled. The router is the gateway to high-speed internet in our homes, and it enables us to wirelessly connect countless gadgets — smartphones, laptops, TVs, thermostats, speakers, coffee makers, game consoles, the list goes on — to the internet. It's only going to get Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source
By now, you should have a pretty good idea of what Sony's next smartphones will look like, after photos leaked last week allegedly showed three variants of Sony's Xperia Z5 — the standard Z5, the Z5 Compact, and the Z5 Premium. But just in case you weren't sure, a new video has appeared online that appears to show the three phones in action. In an interview with a French journalist, Sony Mobile Communications' director of Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source
Sony Wena
Sony's latest project on First Flight — the company's own crowdfunding platform for customers in Japan — is a smartwatch that's much more like a traditional chronograph than anything else on the market. It doesn't even have a digital display. The Wena Wrist (which stands for ‘Wear Electronics Naturally) features a band that houses components to allow for NFC wallet payments using the Japanese FeliCa standard, notifications from your phone through vibrations and an LED Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source
T-Mobile is today issuing a warning to customers: stop taking unlimited data to ridiculous extremes. In a post on T-Mobile's blog, CEO John Legere has publicly called out "a fraction of a percent" of users who've been sucking down hundreds or even thousands of gigabytes of data each month. But these customers aren't using all of that data on their smartphones alone; instead, T-Mobile claims they've come up with ways to conceal mobile tethering and Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source
LG SmartThinQ Sensor
LG has announced the SmartThinQ Sensor, a device that can monitor your home appliances and allow you to control them from anywhere with an app. The company says its latest offering can sense vibration and temperature when attached to appliances and beam those readings back to your phone. LG's SmartThinQ Sensor For example, when attached to a washing machine, the device can let you know when a laundry cycle is complete. Stick it on your Read More ››
Mon, Aug 31, 2015, Continue reading at the source