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Commercialization won’t ruin Instagram video—yet

Companies are clamoring to expand their social media strategy to video, but they have to be careful not to scare away Instagram’s indie-at-heart users.

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Facebook raked in big bucks from mobile ads in Q2

Facebook's mobile push is pulling in significant revenue for the social network, which reported $1.6 billion in ad revenue during the second quarter.

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30 awesome Instagram accounts you need to follow

Make room in your feed for epic mountain vistas, adorable French bulldogs, and the famous San Francisco fog.

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Socialmatic unveils $300 price tag for Instagram-focused camera

Socialmatic's slim, Polaroid-branded digital camera will cost $300 when it ships early next year. It comes with built-in photo filters and the ability to printer photos.

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Elevate Vines to 6 seconds of high art with a few simple tips

Popular Viners offer pro tips to push the app's limits.

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Instagram takes another swing at Vine with embed codes

Instagram is finally offering an embed code for users to share public photos and videos on third-party sites.

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Vine stages comeback (!!!) with cat channels and revines

Vine on Wednesday released an iOS update with new video tools, channels, revines, and protected posts.

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CrowdFlik rides Waze's crowdsourcing wave with new mobile video app

CrowdFlik adds crowdsourcing angle to smartphone shots as tech companies bet big on social video.

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In defense of Facebook: Instagram video is necessary (and awesome)

Facebook critics are claiming Instagram video is a sign that the social network is unoriginal, but if the product is good, does it really matter who was first?

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Instagram adds video clips to service

At Facebook HQ, Instagram's founder shows off the new video components to the photo-sharing service.

Hands-on with Instagram video, Vine’s new nemesis

Instagram and Vine are competing for social video space, but Instagram offers more artistic control.

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