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Vine just screwed up your privacy from beyond the grave

Vine just screwed up your privacy from beyond the grave

Vine may be dead, but it's still managing to cause headaches for some former users, with warnings that some registered email addresses were inadvertently exposed. Twitter, Vine's owner, announced it was pulling the plug on the six-second video clip social network back in October 2016, though it still maintains an online archive of all the publicly shared footage. It's that Vine Archive that is causing headaches now.

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Time is running out to download your Vines: Here’s how

Time is running out to download your Vines: Here’s how

Today is the day that Vine becomes Vine Camera, which means it's also the last day to save your Vines if you haven't done so already. Twitter announced what is essentially the death of Vince back in October, but the day has arrived at last. If you don't want your Vines to be lost forever, here's what you need to do to download them.

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Vine will be reborn as Vine Camera, but don’t get too excited

Vine will be reborn as Vine Camera, but don’t get too excited

Twitter's decision to axe the Vine app came as a big surprise back in October, but now we know what will become of the short looping video service. Come January, the Twitter-owned service says, Vine will become Vine Camera, a "pared-down" app focused pretty much solely on creating short clips for sharing on Twitter. Meanwhile, there's news for those wondering how they'll be able to take their Vine audience with them.

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Vine may live on as Twitter supposedly looks for a buyer

Vine may live on as Twitter supposedly looks for a buyer

At the end of October, Twitter made the rather surprising decision to pull the plug on Vine by announcing plans to discontinue its mobile app. While we still don't have a day the mobile app is scheduled to go offline, new reports suggest that may not actually happen. That is to say: Vine might be granted a reprieve assuming Twitter can find someone interested in purchasing it.

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How to save my Vine : GIPHY launches a simple converter

How to save my Vine : GIPHY launches a simple converter

Late last week, GIPHY announced that it would soon be offering a tool to convert Vines into GIFs. By now, many of you know that Twitter will soon be pulling the plug on Vine's mobile app, giving GIPHY this window to launch a conversion tool and possibly pull in some more traffic. That tool is now live, just a few short days after it was originally announced.

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Giphy wants to save your Vines

Giphy wants to save your Vines

Twitter's decision to axe Vine arguably prompted more interest in the short video sharing service than it has generated in months, and now Giphy is stepping in to help preserve the tiny clips. The announcement yesterday was part of a number of steps Twitter is taking to try to set itself on a more profitable path, and was met with disappointment by those who had built social careers on squeezing near-cinematic entertainment into six seconds. Now, GIF-fan Giphy is weighing in.

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Vine mobile app discontinued: What you need to know

Vine mobile app discontinued: What you need to know

Twitter and Vine have made a rather surprising announcement today, revealing that the two have plans to discontinue the Vine mobile app. The mobile app won't be going offline immediately, with Twitter and Vine saying it will flip the switch in the "coming months." Just as interesting as the decision to pull the plug is the fact that they didn't reveal why they're doing it.

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Twitter and Vine videos just got a whole lot longer

Twitter and Vine videos just got a whole lot longer

This morning Twitter turned up the juice. In addition to allowing certain celebrities know what followers to follow back, they released some limits on video posting. Posting, that is, videos that are far longer than they used to be, both on Twitter itself and through Vine. Users of all sorts will be able to upload videos with a maximum file size of 512MB and a length of 2-minutes and 20 seconds.

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Watch a Vine channel story from start to finish with just one tap

Watch a Vine channel story from start to finish with just one tap

Vine is all about watching short, usually funny, clips. They're specifically bite-sized videos, which deliver the maximum punch in this fast-paced world. But what happens when you want to dedicate some time to watching a whole bunch of Vine clips at once? Well, it's about to get a lot easier.

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Vine’s new ‘For You’ is a personalized channel

Vine’s new ‘For You’ is a personalized channel

Vine is rolling out a new feature for its iOS app called ‘For You,’ a new personalized channel that brings content you’ll (probably) be interested in. The feature will be coming to Android “before you know it,” says Vine, though the precise launch date isn’t known at this time. The ‘For You’ feed will bring content from accounts you don’t follow, among other things.

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Vine arrives on Apple Watch, adds new discovery tool for iPhone

Vine arrives on Apple Watch, adds new discovery tool for iPhone

Vine has arrived on the Apple Watch, allowing users to browse their “Favorites” as well as Featured content from the comfort of their wrist. In addition, Vine has pushed out an update for its iPhone app, adding a new discovery tool that makes finding more Vines as simple as swiping left on a post. This past October, Vine introduced its recommendation engine; this new discovery tool is part of that, adding an extra way for users to access new Vines.

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Vine adds audio remixing feature to app

Vine adds audio remixing feature to app

Vine’s latest update makes it possible for users to remix, collaborate, and “reinterpret” audio from existing Vine videos. Vine points toward the habit of remaking popular Vines, resulting in new trends, which is often done using the audio track from whatever Vine inspired the latest spat of remixes. The app makes it easy to do this, reducing the effort to little more than a single button tap.

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