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Facebook has launched Poke, its obvious competitor to the app Snapchat, that lets users send and receive content that disappears after a short period of time. It marks a new foray by Facebook into content-sharing territory that comes with different aspects than its traditional app. Read more »

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AllThingsD has reported that Facebook is currently testing its own version of Snapchat, the app which lets users send and receive photos that disappear several seconds after they’re viewed. The news marks an interesting move from Facebook in the on-going race to keep user photos. Read more »

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Snapchat, the mobile photo app popular with teens for taking self-pics, is adding video on Friday, expanding the app to a new dimension. Snapchat allows a user to take photo, share with a friend, and have the photo automatically delete only seconds later. Read more »

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Airbnb announced in a blog post Thursday that it’s acquired Localmind, the Q&A startup that allows users to answer and receive information particular to their locations. Airbnb noted in the post that Localmind will allow them to add more social components to their popular travel product. Read more »

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As Twitter clearly works to prioritize photos on its service, having just rolled out a filter and editing service Monday, the company explained in a blog post Tuesday that it’s developed its own back-end storage system for photos, replacing its prior partner Photobucket beginning in September. Read more »

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