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Google Animated Gif Search Filter: here’s where you find it

Google Animated Gif Search Filter: here’s where you find it

Though this week Google has addd an animated .gif image filter to its images search engine, it's not the easiest thing in the world to find. If you're the type of person who wants to work with animated images all day, every day, you'll want to know where this filter is and how to get to it rather quickly. As it stands, there's a couple of clicks you'll need to walk through before you get there - and it starts with "Search Tools".

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Amazon grabs all media with “Send to Kindle” button

Amazon grabs all media with “Send to Kindle” button

This week the folks at Amazon's Kindle department have revealed a button that may just change your Kindle-loving life. It's the "Send to Kindle" button and it'll be able to send content from the web to your Kindle tablet in just a tap. With this button, website creators and you will be able to implement a quick web-to-device setup in a snap!

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Mozilla will not bring Firefox to iOS

Mozilla will not bring Firefox to iOS

Mozilla stated at SXSW that it is not currently developing a version of its Firefox browser for iOS and it does not intend to do so in the future. Mozilla feels that it can better focus its time and development elsewhere because it won't be able to build the browser it wants on the iOS platform. As CNET says, it won't be able to "carry over its sophisticated rendering and javascript engines to iOS."

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Microsoft fined $731m for EU violation

Microsoft fined $731m for EU violation

The European Union has decided to impose a 561 million euro (a little over $731 million) fine on Microsoft for violating one of its rulings. The announcement was made today by Joaquin Alumnia, the EU's Competition Commissioner. The EU asked Microsoft back in 2009 to allow users to choose which web browsers they wanted to install on their machine. The choices would appear in a "Browser Choice Screen pop-up" when they first start up their PC.

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Adobe Edge Reflow hits free preview download for web designers

Adobe Edge Reflow hits free preview download for web designers

This week the design environment known as Adobe Edge Reflow is available as a first public preview download for Abobe Creative Cloud members, made specifically for those that want to create fabulous web content with Adobe-level finesse. This tool allow you to create web-ready designs - webpages, in other words - that are able to be viewed in a variety of different ways. Everything you do in this environment will be translated perfectly and precisely to the web as you see it right in front of you before you put it there.

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Web-based Instagram feed gets public hands-on: the limits continue!

Web-based Instagram feed gets public hands-on: the limits continue!

It's time for Instagram to bring the full square photo experience to the web, starting today, with one very important missing feature: photo uploads. While the public has been able to view browser-based profiles of Instagram users for a few months now, the ability of a user to view their own feed (including all of their Instagram friends) has only been made real today. To see your Instagram feed, simply head to Instagram.com and log in - it's just that simple!

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