Wednesday, July 29, 2015

When hipsters fight, consumers lose - CNN Money


Twitter has become the battle ground for social-media infighting.

Twitter reportedly has revoked access to LinkedIn and several other third-party apps, reports CNN Money. Now, Instagram has decided to not display users' photos in any Twitter product.

CNN Money says it's the latest round in a tiff that has been ongoing for months, and now that Instagram is part of Facebook the animosity betweeen the two is really out in the open.

Read the entire story on CNN Money.

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