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.
Twitter’s bird logo will soon be extinct as ‘X.com’ now redirects users to the micro-blogging platform. “X.com now points to https://twitter.com/. Interim X logo goes live later today,” CEO Elon Musk tweeted late Sunday.
Elon Musk-run SpaceX now controls 60% share of the global launch business, as he aims to bring Starlink, which uses low-orbit satellites to provide broadband internet connections, to India. This year, the company had already put more than 1,000 satellites in orbit till June, Nikkei Asia reported on Monday.
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.
Micro-blogging platform Twitter will soon allow users to post over 3-hour long videos. When Twitter-owner Elon Musk responded to the American comedian and podcaster Theo Von’s tweet, “Comedy is legal on this platform!”
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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is in the US on a three-day state visit, and said that he is a fan of Modi and plans to visit the country next year. Musk, who is yet to bring his electric car-maker Tesla to India, said the country is great for solar energy investment.