You may not even know it, but there's a battle being waged right now at the App Store for the best social video app. Here's where I weigh in.
Similar to Instagram but with 15-second videos, video-sharing iPhone app Viddy is gaining steam.
Video-sharing app now records 30-second clips, complete with the Vine-like ability to pause recording to splice different shots together.
Billed as the Instagram of video, the company is cutting 12 positions in marketing and operations just weeks after firing its chief executive.
The 19-year-old Canadian singer puts a chunk of his money into a new social network for teens.
Dozens of apps joining the social network's Timeline are becoming overnight success stories. Take Viddy -- two months after launching its Timeline app, it's now No. 1 in the iTunes store.
The private social network opens up to allow users to share updates from more than a dozen camera and fitness applications.
Fullscreen, one of YouTube's biggest multichannel networks, snaps up the gaming-video outfit, marking the first takeover that brings new-media video creators directly into the company's fold.
Developed to make video recordings more intuitive and fun, the app lets users edit together various scenes with music and filters.
Limited traction of Twitter's 6-second video app reveals that video-sharing as a genre is lagging years behind photo-sharing.