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WSJ: Facebook to unveil Vine competitor at today

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V-Tech    211

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Facebook doesn?t want to let Twitter have all the fun with short videos in the social media market. The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook on Thursday ?is expected to unveil pieces of its own Vine-like video service, under development for months, that would allow users to create and share brief video clips.? Vine, which lets users post short videos on their Twitter feeds, has quickly grown to become a key feature on Twitter and its adoption rate has surged ever since its launch last fall. What?s more, Vine?s rise has coincided with stalled growth for Facebook?s popular Instagram photo-sharing application, so it?s very likely that whatever video features Facebook shows off on Thursday will be integrated into Instagram.

 

 

http://bgr.com/2013/06/20/facebook-vine-video-competitor/

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ahhell    1,306

Just what the world needs.  Personal videos on FB.  :s

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V-Tech    211

Just what the world needs.  Personal videos on FB.  :s

FB has all the other info about your life, why not videos?  :shifty:

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jren207    33
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so it?s very likely that whatever video features Facebook shows off on Thursday will be integrated into Instagram.

 

So short video clips of food?

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threetonesun    1,205

I've seen maybe 2 Vine videos on Twitter. It's hardly a "key" feature.

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