Video sharing service Vine reportedly to launch as standalone iOS app soon, play nice with Twitter

Video sharing service Vine reportedly to launch as standalone iOS app soon, play nice with Twitter

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New Contrary to reports from earlier today that the video service Vine would be a built-in Twitter service, All Things D’s Peter Kafka is now stating that it will be a standalone app available in Apple’s App Store. The app, which was rumored but never confirmed to have been acquired by...
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Apple Sees Highest Growth in China, Revenue Up 67%

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Apple to Expand LTE Support to 36 Additional Carriers in Several Countries

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Apple's Q1 2013 earnings by the numbers

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Windows Phone triples U.K. market share in a year

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