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The world's biggest short film festival just got shorter with the launch of TropVine -- a competition to find the world's best six-second video.
The official Vine app hits Windows Phone and it has nearly all the same features as the iOS and Android apps.
The 9-month-old app has ripened with features that give people more control over their mini movies.
Social media is a company's best friend -- until it involves copyrights and trademarks. The latest example: Sports broadcasters are cracking down on 6-second clips of the World Cup.
Users of the 6-second looping video app can now see how many times their video has been repeated across the web.
Forget the classic science fair display board, GE's #6SecondScience fair uses Vine to explain concepts like electromagnetism and frog anatomy.
Adding sections for search and discovery, the people behind Twitter's loopy video service are giving the general public a front row seat to view the app's hidden gems.
CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Daniel Terdiman discuss Twitter's recently launched video-embedding feature. Hear the details on Vine and how Twitter arrived at the maximum length of 6 seconds per clip.
It's marketing heaven for 6 seconds at a time as we look at the brands that are using Twitter's 3-month-old video app most inventively.
Your 6-second masterpieces can now find a home online, thanks to the ability to embed them on sites.