After becoming the most-followed person on the now-defunct mini-video service, it appears that many in the Twitterverse never found the actor and comedian's jokes that hilarious.
Twitter killed off Vine much to the displeasure of many users who loved the short-form video app. But the platforms creator has announced some good news that should make fans of the app very happy.
Twitter is actively on the job now when it comes to ridding its service of Russian propaganda bots but it would seem they missed a spot while cleaning up. CNN broke the news that Twitter failed to remove hundreds of suspect Russian videos aimed at Americans from Vine.
Vine is dead, long live Vine. Twitter is shuttering the short video-sharing service “in the coming months.”
While out in Paris premiering new music and such, Kanye West got caught up in the rap spirit, and busted a move, this side of Chuck Brown. Yeezy was performing his classic 808s & Heartbreak number, “Say You Will,” with producer Mike Dean on the guitar as he broke out into a faux robot, pop-lock […]
The Internet has struck comic gold again, this after news that Instagram has added a video feature to its popular photo sharing model. The announcement came today, prompting Instagram and Twitter users to create a series of hilarious memes mocking the supposed demise of the mini-video sharing site Vine.