Twitter acquired the short video service in 2012, before shutting it down in 2017.
King's video illusions have captivated audiences across YouTube, Vine, Instagram and now TikTok. We got a behind-the-scenes look at how he creates his content.
The sharing service for live videos offered a view of protests, speeches and events. But Twitter says usage is going down.
Better, worse or the same?
In today's top stories, Google says it will experiment with how it displays search results after some backlash to recent changes. Meanwhile, the creator of Vine releases a new six-second video app called Byte.
Beta testers will soon know if Byte is worthy.
We asked our colleagues how they feel about their social media use. Most weren't super happy about it.
Remembering the many big names in pop culture, science, tech and politics who left us this year.
In today's news, Apple is accused of lying about iPhone X screens, a draft Senate report shows the extent of Russian election interference and HQ Trivia's Colin Kroll is dead at age 35.
His death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose.
Picture an endless loop of Byte's logo rising from Vine's ashes.
The v2 creator and Vine co-founder says the new project is postponed indefinitely.