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Vine Founder Teases Vine 2.0 or Possibly Some Kind of Pretzel

Earlier today, Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann tweeted the above image captioned only with the letters “v2.” Mirroring the logo of the dearly departed mini-video service, the pretzel-y picture seemed to confirm what Hofmann hinted at last week: Vine might be making a comeback. Read More >>

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Vine’s Co-Founder Is Very Concerned About Salad

Vine was an app that offered something new and only lived long enough to leave people with mostly good feelings about it. Now, Vine’s co-creator Rus Yusupov has a new trivia app that people like a lot, and he seems to be doing his best to tank it by acting like a raving maniac. Read More >>

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This Is How Lame You Look Trying to Be Cool Online

With the rise of online communities such as YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat, a whole group of viewers are literally trying to emulate their favourite denizens of Team Internet. You might even know someone like that, the guy who constantly has his phone out, shooting video for his vlog (that very few people watch), and spending ridiculous amounts of time trying to capture the perfect humorous Instagram meme. Read More >>

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Vine Website Transformed Into Video Archive (And Clearly Not Dead)

Vine was dead. Then it sort-of wasn't. Now? It's definitely not, at least for the site itself. Owner Twitter has decided that rather than take it down, it'll become a permanent archive instead. Read More >>

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How to Save Your Vines Before It’s Too Late

Let’s bow our heads for six seconds of silence: Vine is closing down. Today, in fact. The video looping service doesn’t fit in with Twitter’s plans for the future, which means you’re going to have to go elsewhere for your micro-movie-making exploits. Read More >>

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The 2016 Tech Obituary: Remembering the Gadgets That Didn’t Survive The Year

As a whole, 2016 has been a bit of a bummer. If it wasn’t Britain doing its best to kick itself in the nuts and the US looking to, ahem, trump that, we had to deal with legends including David Bowie, Alan Rickman and Ronnie Corbett heading to the VIP party in the sky. Throughout all this though, the tech scene was getting away pretty lightly. Heck, we even got some cool new kit to play with. Read More >>

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How to Save Your Vines Before It’s Too Late

Let’s bow our heads for six seconds of silence: Vine is closing down. The video looping service doesn’t fit in with Twitter’s plans for the future, which means you’re going to have to go elsewhere for your micro-movie-making exploits. Read More >>

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Vine Stars’ Secret Plan to Save App: Give Us a Million Dollars

After months of declining user numbers, Twitter announced that it was killing short-form video app Vine on Thursday. To explain the platform’s stagnation, some might point to its failure to attract the hundreds of millions of casual users that drive growth on similar apps like Snapchat and Instagram. Vine’s own former stars, however, have a simpler answer: We asked for a bunch of money and they said no. Read More >>

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The 10 Vines That Shaped Meme History

It's a very sad time for memes, because last week Twitter killed its viral video app, Vine. Vine, while never “profitable,” was responsible for some the rather prolific and viral memes. Read More >>

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Vine Is Dead

Twitter is discontinuing its Vine mobile app. RIP, Vine. The announcement, posted on Medium, comes just after Twitter announced its latest quarterly earnings. Read More >>

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These Goofy Dudes Just So Happen to Be Incredible Table Tennis Players

What have we learned from this compilation of Takkyuugeinin’s “table tennis entertainment” vines? Read More >>

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Facebook Is Spending Millions to Lure YouTube and Vine Stars to Facebook Live

So far, Facebook Live’s partnerships with digital publishers has yielded, among other things, an exploded watermelon and a failed interview with the president. Now, new details have emerged about Facebook’s plans to pay not just media outlets and celebrities, but also content creators from Vine and YouTube. And boy, did I ever pick the wrong line of work! Read More >>

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In the Battle of Video Services, Vine Isn’t Doing So Well

Have you used Vine recently? No? You’re not alone. Once, Vine was the hottest thing around. Now, at least nine business leaders have left and the service that brought us “on fleek” (for which we will always be grateful) is struggling to keep people interested. The technology circle of life continues. Read More >>

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‘Everything Is Terrible’ Is The Only Good Vine Account

Vine just released their playlist of popular vines from the past year. Frankly, most of them are dull as shit. So instead of squeezing off a blog post directing you to mediocre stuff curated by Vine, we’ve decided to compile a list of high-quality stuff curated from the world of garbage video by Everything Is Terrible. Read More >>