Briefly: Vine gets front camera support, Wharton iPad initiative
Vine, the six-second <a href="https://itunes.apple.com/app/vine-make-a-scene/id592447445">video sharing service</a> 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 <a href="http://www.macnn.com/articles/13/01/24/twitter.working.to.fix.problems/">tainted by a major security glitch</a> 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 <a href="http://www.electronista.com/articles/13/04/26/vine.confirms.android.version.of.video.app.in.the. works/">Android version</a> is in the works and is said to include the ability to tag friends to a clip.
<br><br /><br /><strong>Wharton iPad program recognized by Apple</strong><br />
The <a href="http://macnn.com/rd/284705==http://www.wharton.upenn.edu" rel='nofollow'>Wharton School</a> 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.
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