Vine, the six-second video sharing service
from Twitter, has undergone its first major upgrade and now offers support for the iPhone's front-facing camera and Twitter mentions in posts and comments. Vine's launch in January was tainted by a major security glitch
that resulted in some users being logged into the wrong account. However, after a few patches the issues where sorted out and quickly grew in popularity. While currently limited to iOS devices, an Android version
is in the works and is said to include the ability to tag friends to a clip.
Wharton iPad program recognized by Apple
The Wharton School
of the University of Pennsylvania has announced the launch of a new project that has been named an Apple Distinguished Program for 2012-2013. The Wharton Executive MBA iPad initiative will provide every student with an iPad that is loaded with a suite of Wharton Computing develops apps. The program will allow students to interact with course materials while on-the-go, as well as receive real-time updates from professors.