The Tech World has been reporting on Twitter’s new mobile video creation service, Vine.
The service, allows users to create and share looping videos.
“Like Tweets, the brevity of videos on Vine (6 seconds or less) inspires creativity,” the company said in an official blog post. “Now that you can easily capture motion and sound, we look forward to seeing what you create.”
Vine.Co has had a bunch of stories written about it in Mashable.com, you can read here and here; as well as TechCrunch.com, news publications like guardian.co.uk, and ABCNews.com and Businessinsider.com called it the “Most Exciting New App We’ve Seen In Months”
The domain name Vine.co is actually owned by Vine Labs, Inc. of New York.
The domain was registered in 2011 and owned by a Ivan Stefanov of Georgia which looks to have sold the domain within a few months of registration.
Twitter.com is of course no stranger to the .Co registry as it uses T.co as its official shortener.
Another huge feather in the cap for the .Co registry