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According to media reports, Twitter has quietly acquired the video sharing company Vine which is founded not long ago, Twitter may use the acquisition to launch its own video service, to change the status quo of only relying on the third-party.

It’s analysed that, Twitter’s acquisition will increase operating costs and operational complexity, but if to launch its own video service, Twitter can increase their own control ability to video content.

According to reports, the Vine located in New York was established in June of this year, and it has not publicly released product. Vine distinguishes itself from other video applications through supporting the intermittent shooting, it can make some users shooting video clips automatically generate a longer video.

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