Can Twitter elevate the "second screen" with live video?

Can Twitter elevate the "second screen" with live video?

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New In what would be an inevitable push for the company building toward a TV-centric future, Twitter is reportedly in talks to add live video to its platform through deals with Viacom and NBC, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. Such a move would make perfect sense considering Twitter’s current trajectory, as the company...
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Facebook Has Tapped One Of The World's Best Designers To Help With Facebook Home (FB)

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New Esteemed developer and designer Loren Brichter is bringing his expertise to the Facebook Home team, Matthew Panzarino of TheNextWeb reports. "Really excited to have @lorenb helping my team out at Facebook," Facebook designer Mike Matas tweeted earlier today.  It's not clear whether Facebook has actually hired Brichter, but it looks...
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WhatsApp now bigger than Twitter, but lead over rivals no longer seems so vast

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WhatsApp now bigger than Twitter, but lead over rivals no longer seems so vast

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