Twitter allows users to share 140-second videos

Twitter, known for its 140-character limit on tweets, is now allowing users to post longer videos – of up to 140 seconds. The change highlights co-founder Jack Dorsey-led Twitter's recent push into video, an area where it lags Facebook and Google's YouTube, and efforts to revive stalled user growth. In another move, Twitter will start allowing video publishers to make money out of their content on Vine, its video streaming service.

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