Twitchy - 30 min 21 sec ago
"The old censorship regime isn't fully rooted out."...
Twitchy - 1 hour 2 min ago
Eff the UN. Sorry, not sorry.
Newsweek - 1 hour 2 min ago
"I know this isn't the kind of Twitter you want," GOP Senator Mike Lee of Utah wrote, tagging Twitter owner Elon Musk.
Tech Times - 1 hour 49 min ago
Only 180,000 users in the US were reportedly availing of Twitter's subscriptions, such as Twitter Blue.
CNBC - 3 hours 10 min ago
Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised billionaire investor Ron Baron two to three times his money when Baron invested in Twitter's take-private deal, Baron said Tuesday.
Tech Meme - 3 hours 44 min ago
Amanda Hoover / Wired : Mastodon reports having ~1.4M MAUs, down from over 2.5M in November 2022, as some newcomers complain the service is hard to use and others return to Twitter — Active users have fallen by more than 1 million since the exodus from Elon Musk's Twitter, suggesting the decentralized platform is not a direct replacement.
Wired - 5 hours 9 min ago
Active users have fallen by more than 1 million since the exodus from Elon Musk's Twitter, suggesting the decentralized platform is not a direct replacement.
The Guardian - 5 hours 23 min ago
The social media network is putting its APIs the under-praised tool that keeps the internet as we know it going behind a paywall. This cash grab will fundamentally change Twitter Don't get TechScape delivered to your inbox? Sign up here APIs may not seem like the sexiest thing to write about in a tech newsletter, but bear with me. Because APIs or application programming interfaces are important. They're the synapses of our digital world: without them, our current ways of living wouldn't...
Slate - 6 hours 24 min ago
Creators of bots like the one that just tweets possums say they're heartbroken over Twitter's latest charging scheme.
Engadget - 9 hours 16 min ago
Elon Musk may have to think of a lot more ways to make Twitter Blue appealing to potential subscribers if he wants the subscription service to be a major source of revenue. According to The Information , only 180,000 people in the US have been paying for a Twitter subscription by mid-January, and that's apparently around 0.2 percent of the website's monthly active users. The publication said it saw the information on a document, which also revealed that 62 percent of the company's paying...
Tech Times - 14 hours 59 min ago
Elon Musk seems to be fond of bots, and now has special considerations for the good ones.
Uproxx - 15 hours 45 min ago
Getty Image As of January, a mere 184,000 people are reportedly signed up for the subscription version of the social media giant.
TechRadar - 19 hours 23 sec ago
Shortly after Twitter stated it will begin charging developers to use its API, company CEO Elon Musk is now somewhat reneging on that decision. Over the weekend, Musk tweeted that after responding to some feedback , Twitter will offer a new "light, write-only API for bots" so long as they provide "good content that is free". The original plan was to charge users about $100 a month to use the API, allegedly to stop "bot scammers and opinion manipulators" from abusing the software...
Fortune - 19 hours 9 min ago
A former Twitter manager is among the many employees taking legal action against the social media company for alleged fraud and breach of contract.
The Hill - 19 hours 18 min ago
House Republicans are gearing up to grill former Twitter employees at a Wednesday hearing, escalating their accusations that social media companies are censoring content with an anti-conservative bias. The hearing is largely based around a slew of information dubbed the "Twitter Files" released by Twitter CEO Elon Musk after taking over the company last year....
Slate - 20 hours 54 min ago
The kind of business quarter one is thankful to keep private.
The Independent - 21 hours 17 min ago
"A tragic loss of life," Elon Musk posted in response to pro-Putin Twitter account which pushed false casualty figures from Ukraine...
Inside Evs - 23 hours 10 min ago
Musk said the next-gen Roadster will offer rocket thrusters to boost performance, and Ferrari has a patent for a similar system.
New York Times - 23 hours 16 min ago
Elon Musk, with his security detail, in Washington, D.C.
Forbes - 23 hours 28 min ago
Middle managers are the next target in corporate layoffs. In an earnings call, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg pointed out the proliferation of managers within the organization, claiming it creates unnecessary bloat and spiraling costs.