Twitter is shutting down Vine as we know, converting it to a mere camera app. Here's how to keep the memories alive.
At some point Tuesday, Twitter will turn the six-second video platform into a recording app for your tweets called Vine Camera.
Bridget Carey looks back at the tech that met its end this year, including a teenage chatbot, a 10-year-old game console and some loopy social-media sweethearts.
Twitter does an about face and decides to keep Vine as a camera app.
This year's most notable flops came from tech's heaviest hitters, proving that anyone -- from Samsung to Facebook to Apple -- can have a bad moment. Or two.
It's like watching drugs.
Learn the hidden quirks of this live-video streaming app made by the creators of Vine.
Twitter is shutting down the Vine app -- the 6-second videos will remain as they are, but not forever...
An unlikely company is telling Twitter it can save Vine.
The adult megasite offers to save the microvideo platform and restore it to its "NSFW glory."
Vine's seemingly endless loop is looping no more.
Gone is the 30-second limit for videos. Instead, Twitter users can now create and share videos that are over 2 minutes long.
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