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.
After a week of floating the idea on Twitter, Vine co-founder posts a "Vine 2" teaser.
Vine may be dead but, like a zombie on TV, it's causing trouble.
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.
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