X (Twitter) will soon charge all users ‘a small monthly payment’: Musk

Elon Musk is going to charge a “small monthly payment’ from all X (Twitter) users and the social media platform would not be a free place anymore soon. In a live-streamed interaction with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the X owner floated the idea that the social network may no longer be a free site, in a bid to deal with the problem of bots on the platform.

Indian American Vivek Ramaswamy wants Elon Musk as advisor if he wins 2024 presidential election

Fresh out of the first Republican primary debate, Indian American candidate Vivek Ramaswamy has suggested that he would want to have billionaire Elon Musk on as an advisor if he wins the 2024 presidential election. Ramaswamy said he wants to bring in people with “a blank fresh impression”, after a voter at a town hall in Iowa asked the 38-year-old entrepreneur last week where he would seek guidance if elected, The Hill reported, citing NBC News.

Elon Musk roots for Indian American candidate Vivek Ramaswamy again, calls him “increasingly compelling”

Billionaire Elon Musk praised Vivek Ramaswamy yet again, calling him “increasingly compelling”, as the Indian American entrepreneur faced his first political debate in Wisconsin to select GOP’s 2024 presidential nominee. “Vivek is increasingly compelling,” Musk said in response to a post and video shared by journalist and tech entrepreneur Brian Krassenstein on X.

X sign taken down from Elon Musk company’s San Francisco HQ after complaints

Following several complaints, Elon Musk’s X sign has been removed from his social media company, formerly known as Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters on Monday in the afternoon hours. Citing several media reports, The Hill stated the workers removed the luminous sign after receiving complaints from city residents and officials. It had been put up last week during the company’s rebranding.

After Threads launch, Twitter threatens Meta with lawsuit

In what may be the clearest sign yet that Twitter sees Meta as a competitive threat, the former has threatened the latter with a lawsuit following the successful launch of Meta’s new Twitter rival, Threads. An attorney for Twitter on Wednesday sent a letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg accusing Meta of stealing trade secrets by employing former Twitter employees. Semafor was the first to report on the letter. The veracity of the letter was confirmed to CNN by a source with knowledge of the situation.