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.
We’ll never share your name or other personal details without your permission.
The new Twitter Blue rolled out…sort of. Meanwhile, the world’s richest man bickered with Jack Dorsey and Kathy Griffin.
New owner Elon Musk tweeted Friday that there was "no choice when the company is losing over $4M/day."
The case for (*cringe*) paying for Twitter.
Tumblr is loosening its 2018 ban on all nudity.
Please. I need this.
Several top executives, including the CEO, reportedly have been fired.
iOS 16.1 brings iCloud shared photo libraries, Clean Energy Charging, and... a "high-yield" savings account?
I’m sorry, Twitter and Elon, I just can’t do this anymore.
The edit button is finally here — only if you pay for Twitter Blue.
Musk is proceeding with the deal at the original price, averting a court battle.
Musk is hyping up the Optimus robot — but skeptics are not hard to find.
This is the latest in a flurry of legal filings, as lawyers prepare for the beginning of proceedings in October.
Ahmad Abouammo was convicted of passing user information to the Saudi government in exchange for cash and a gold watch.
The online giant’s recent purchases of pharmacies and healthcare clinics signal its intentions to break into a space in serious need of attention.
The past few months have seen growing concerns about the company’s Chinese ownership amid leaks and former employees speaking out in two separate BuzzFeed News reports.
TikTok Owner ByteDance Used A News App On Millions Of Phones To Push Pro-China Messages, Ex-Employees Say
Former employees claim the company placed pieces of pro-China content in its now-defunct US news app, TopBuzz, and censored negative stories about the Chinese government. ByteDance says it did no such thing.
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Musk had hoped to delay facing off in court until next year.