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Twitter is going to shut down the six-second video service soon.
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Jack Dorsey's account briefly disappeared.
The death of the six second videos.
Stop whining, start Vining.
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Twitter subsidiary Vine's source code was open and it was found by an Indian hacker.
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One indicator of current trends in the realm of social networking is the news that the image messaging and multimedia application Snapchat now has more daily active users than Twitter. Snapchat is gen...
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On Sunday, many reports were out saying there was a major shake-up in the Twitter and Vine hierarchy with many key people leaving the company. So on Monday, Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter tweeted a lette...
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