Musk would not rule out adding a second Twitter HQ in Texas, according to the tech website The Verge
Musk made the announcement in the evening after holding a poll that asked Twitter users to click “yes” or “no” on whether Trump's account should be restored.
The newest round of departures means the platform is continuing to lose workers ahead of the World Cup, one of the busiest events on Twitter.
Google has agreed to a $391.5 million settlement with 40 states to resolve an investigation into how the company tracked users’ locations.
The proposal is an effort to stave off the cascading effects of last week's implosion of FTX, the world's third-largest crypto exchange.
FTX is struggling to account for money that went missing hours after it filed for bankruptcy. Billions of dollars are unaccounted for right now.
For advertisers, the fake accounts could be the last straw as Musk’s rocky run atop the platform — laying off half the workforce and triggering high-profile departures — raises questions about its survivability.
In a mass email, Elon Musk reportedly told employees that changes would be difficult and there was "no way to sugarcoat the message."
Elon Musk is trying to reassure big companies that his chaotic takeover of Twitter won't harm their brands.
Voters are likely to encounter rumors, hearsay, and misinformation. Here are some tips for navigating social media on Election Day, and in the days or weeks that follow.
More than 200,000 Dallas County households qualify for help paying for high-speed internet. Here's how to take advantage of the program.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr discussed concerns about Americans' data on TikTok being sent back to Beijing. "I don’t believe there is a path forward for anything other than a ban."
A California filmmaker claims equipment stolen from his checked bags wound up at a home in a different state, based on info from his hidden AirTags.
On Tuesday, Musk outlined the Twitter verification plan in a series of tweets, following pushback over reports that Twitter would start charging a fee of $20 a month.
Some Instagram users reported seeing a message that they were locked out but were still able to scroll through their feeds. Others said they were completely shut out.
That blue checkmark on Twitter accounts could start costing hundreds of dollars a year for users to keep.
A federal lawsuit alleged TikTok collected and shared the personal data of TikTok and Musical.ly users without notice or consent.
Lightly moderated "free speech" sites such as Gab and Parler serve as cautionary tales of what can happen when the guardrails are lowered.
Apple has confirmed that the iPhone will support USB-C charging following a European Union mandate.
Consumers sharing their Netflix account with family or friends outside their household will have to pay extra starting early next year.