The new account offers a 4.15% APY, a rate well beyond what you can get at most banks.
BuzzFeed isn’t ponying up, but for other outlets, paying might make sense.
Starting April 15, only Twitter Blue subscribers will appear in the For You feed.
Shou Zi Chew was forced to defend the Chinese-owned app, which some US lawmakers want to ban.
I don’t have high hopes for Thursday’s congressional hearing about the app.
“‘Move fast and break things’ seems to suddenly be in vogue again.”
Now, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee are trying to help her and other inventors from underrepresented backgrounds.
“Can you suggest a 3-course menu with a chocolate dessert?”
“I’m not paying a dime to Elon lol.”
Trust in the platform has dropped among Democrats and risen among Republicans.
Meta’s CTO Andrew Bosworth told BuzzFeed News how a deal to keep the Portal software going almost happened.
Elon Musk has lost an estimated $182 billion, taking the Guinness World Record for “largest loss of personal fortune.”
From crypto’s implosion to Twitter’s meltdown, it’s been a wild ride of a year.
Elon Musk Ran A Twitter Poll On Whether He Should Step Down As The Platform's CEO. The Resounding Answer: Yes.
The billionaire had said he would abide by the results.
Just do it.
Bernard Arnault, the CEO of Louis Vuitton’s company LVMH, has seized the number one spot.
Opting in will keep your iCloud backups safe from hackers, law enforcement, and Apple itself.
They Worked In Big Tech And Lived The American Dream. Now They Might Be Forced To Leave The Country.
Some former tech employees on work visas in the US are experiencing an existential crisis: “Is it worth staying here for a job and country that doesn’t care about you?”
The news comes the same day Ye praised Hitler on Alex Jones’s Infowars.
The decision was based on a Twitter poll.
We’ll keep updating this post until the chaos ends, one way or another.
Elon Musk's move to prevent account impersonation has left many users' display names frozen in time.
About 10,000 people could lose their jobs.
Let's place our bets.
“Bankruptcy isn’t out of the question,” CEO Elon Musk reportedly told staff.
A quiz about all the mess that has gone down at Elon Musk's company.
In a statement to BuzzFeed News, the platform blamed the issue on “technical difficulties.”
It might stymie bot armies, but people will be awful under their real names.
Facebook's parent company is letting go of about 13% of its staff, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced.
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