Daily downloads have doubled or even tripled X's for three months
Is the platform finally ready to duke it out with Threads?
Passkeys are more secure than passwords, but developer support has so far been limited
Musk recently told X advertisers to "go f*ck yourselves"
"It's a real weakness to be liked"
Big quote: Elon Musk has responded to advertisers rushing to leave former Twitter platform X by telling them to "Go f**k yourself," which is unlikely to appease the companies that were handing over millions for ad space. The owner's outburst has since been addressed by X CEO Linda Yaccarino, who said "X is standing at a unique and amazing intersection of Free Speech and Main Street."
Musk has also found himself in trouble for endorsing a controversial post
"This is a classic David and Goliath battle"
The X-man is also offering $1 billion if the free encyclopedia changes its name
Downloading a video you've watched online can be more difficult than expected. Most sites prefer you to revisit them and view their ads every time, but this may not be ideal for several reasons.
It's unlikely to be the only one
To combat the bot problem, allegedly
He also says his fight against Mark Zuckerberg will be livestreamed
Comparable to a nun walking behind you shouting "Shame! Shame!"
X claims the group is funded by Twitter competitors or foreign governments
Why you should use trackers in your luggage
Want to earn money on your content? You've got to pay to play
It's being replaced with an X
Twitter ain't mad
Not the best person to do Twitter's PR
A hot potato: Elon Musk might be sweating over the Twitter-like Threads becoming the fastest-growing app of all time, but at least he can count on the support of Anas Haqqani, a senior Taliban leader, who has praised Twitter's commitment to free speech and blasted Meta's "intolerant policy."
While he's offering a literal D-measuring competition with Mark Zuckerberg
Why it matters: Elon Musk must be pretty stressed right now. In between training for a possible cage fight with Mark Zuckerberg (or a literal "measuring" contest) and watching Twitter rival Threads become the fastest-growing app of all time, the world's richest man is suing the law firm that represented Twitter while he was trying to get out of the $44 billion buyout.
Is the warning idle or is Twitter about ready to make things difficult for The Zuck?