A new app shares 6-second video clips, Apple fails to impress Wall Street, and U-verse's outage lasts for days.
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Today's tech news roundup explains why Apple's latest earnings report of record revenue and sales
has disappointed investors
. Tim Cook also had
little to say about an Apple television
fixes to the Maps app
Netflix surprised analysts with
reported profit and growth
. Netflix will push out it's own TV series, "House of Cards," on Feb. 1, and new episodes of Arrested Development are arriving in May.
Hundreds of AT&T U-verse customers have had to live without TV, Internet or phone service
for several days
. Those hit by the outage in 13 states may be getting a refund.
Wolfram Alpha enhanced its
Facebook analytics tool
. Users can find statistics about their network of friends. Because I'm sure your life will feel more complete once you create a map of the married friends in your network.
A new app called
Vine lets users create 6-second looping video clips
. Twitter owns Vine, but you don't have to use Twitter to share the videos.
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