Facebook, Twitter to merge in 2018

Facebook and Twitter are set to merge to create a social network called Virb, which is expected to debut in 2018.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Virb will be a free-to-use app for users to send messages to each other and connect to other users on the network.

The merger will allow the social network to scale and expand beyond its current footprint, and will allow Facebook and its mobile-first model to evolve further.

Facebook said in a statement, “We’re excited to collaborate with Virb to bring you an amazing new experience.

Facebook’s new product and platform will make it easy to share and connect with people from all over the world, and we look forward to seeing you in the app.”

Virb will have more than 1 million members, according to the Wall Street News, which also noted that it will be available to download in “the coming months.”

The app will also be compatible with Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV and Windows 10 PCs.

Facebook has been working on a free mobile app for Virb since 2014, and is also reportedly looking into licensing it.

The company said in December that it plans to expand the Virb network to include “a range of mobile services,” but did not say if that meant an Android version or an iOS version.

Facebook is also working on its own mobile platform, Viri, which has already launched on Android devices.

The company said it is “in the process of expanding our mobile apps and services across platforms.”