X now offers Premium access for users with 2500 verified subscriber followers

Elon Musk has made a significant announcement on his platform X (formerly Twitter) on Thursday. He stated that all “𝕏 accounts” with over 2,500 verified subscriber followers will receive Premium features for free. Continue reading “X now offers Premium access for users with 2500 verified subscriber followers”

Elon Musk launches ‘Grok’ AI chat bot to rival ChatGPT

Elon Musk’s xAI has introduced a new chatbot called Grok, powered by their advanced large language model Grok-1 and closely integrated with X (formerly Twitter). Grok aims to compete with tech giants like OpenAI, Google, and Meta. Continue reading “Elon Musk launches ‘Grok’ AI chat bot to rival ChatGPT”

X is testing video and audio calls with select users

X, previously known as Twitter, had previously announced plans to add audio and video calls. Now, with the latest X app update, the social network owned by Elon Musk is introducing these features to select users. Continue reading “X is testing video and audio calls with select users”

X is testing ‘Not A Bot’ yearly subscription to combat bots

X, previously referred to as Twitter, is currently running a trial of its ‘Not A Bot’ program in New Zealand and the Philippines. This follows the earlier report this month about X working on ‘X Premium,’ a subscription service with three-tier options based on the number of ads shown to the user. Continue reading “X is testing ‘Not A Bot’ yearly subscription to combat bots”

X reportedly working on ‘X Premium’ with three-tier options

Elon Musk’s social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, has been going through significant changes since he acquired it last year. It appears that Musk is planning to offer different levels of paid services under the X Premium umbrella. Continue reading “X reportedly working on ‘X Premium’ with three-tier options”

X faces lawsuit over trademark dispute with X Social Media

X Corp, formerly Twitter, is now facing a federal lawsuit in Florida filed by X Social Media, a legal-marketing firm. X Social Media alleges that X Corp’s new name infringes on its trademark, which includes the letter “X,” potentially causing consumer confusion. Continue reading “X faces lawsuit over trademark dispute with X Social Media”

‘X’ gets new video and media improvements

Elon Musk’s ‘X’, formerly known as Twitter, has recently revealed upcoming enhancements to its service. Continue reading “‘X’ gets new video and media improvements”

X platform is fixing broken older Twitter links and images

A recent issue concerning tweets from before December 2014, with shortened links or images, was reported on X platform support. The problem led to broken links and images in these older tweets. Continue reading “X platform is fixing broken older Twitter links and images”

X platform glitch deletes old images and links

The X Platform, formerly Twitter, is experiencing trouble showing old posts with images or links converted using its URL shortener. Tom Coates (@tomcoates) highlighted the issue on a Saturday, and a few days earlier, @DaniloTakagi, a Brazilian YouTuber, also noticed the same problem. Continue reading “X platform glitch deletes old images and links”

Twitter rebrands official handle as @X in ongoing changes

Twitter’s rebranding continues as CEO Elon Musk announced the change to the official handle, now known as @X. The previous @Twitter handle is now inactive, redirecting users to follow @X for updates. Continue reading “Twitter rebrands official handle as @X in ongoing changes”

Twitter threatens Meta with lawsuit over Threads app

Twitter has issued a warning of potential legal action against Meta’s Threads app, a newly launched competitor to the popular microblogging site. This move comes in response to Meta’s claim of acquiring a staggering 30 million users within its first day, overshadowing its rivals. Continue reading “Twitter threatens Meta with lawsuit over Threads app”

Twitter says rate limits are to combat bots and protect users

Twitter has announced that it was implementing rate limits to help prevent bot activity. The company further stated that only a small percentage of users are currently affected by the rate limiting, and it was unable to inform users about the change in advance. Continue reading “Twitter says rate limits are to combat bots and protect users”

TweetDeck 2.0 launched, to go Twitter Blue exclusive

Twitter has announced the launch of its new version of TweetDeck to address recent issues. The company previously shut down the Mac app in June 2022, but the company had previously mentioned testing a new web app for TweetDeck in select regions. Continue reading “TweetDeck 2.0 launched, to go Twitter Blue exclusive”