Fulfilling a promise
It also wants to depose Elon Musk
Would you get a brain chip implant from this man?
The Woz sees similarities between Musk and Steve Jobs
What just happened? People's opinion of Elon Musk tends to be split between those who love him and those who hate the billionaire. It appears that Steve Wozniak is closer to the latter camp. The Apple co-founder said Musk and Tesla "robbed" his family of money over false claims about the EV company's self-driving technology. "A lot of honesty disappears when you look at Elon Musk and Tesla," said Wozniak.
The former Microsoft boss did have some good things to say about Musk, though
What just happened? Bill Gates and Elon Musk are two of the wealthiest people in the world, but they certainly don't see eye to eye. The pair have had public spats in the past, and now the former Microsoft boss has taken a shot at Musk's ambitions for sending missions to and colonizing Mars, saying he would rather pay for vaccines than travel to the red planet.
It was supposed to "portray what was possible to build the system"
WTF?! Remember the video Tesla released in 2016 that showed off the Autopilot driver-assist system, including its ability to stop at a red traffic light and move away once it turned green? According to Ashok Elluswamy, Tesla's director of Autopilot software, the video was staged.
Mostly due to Tesla's declining share price
Was the decision already made?
The ElonJet account suspension led to many more bans
Musk previously said he was done selling, twice
Despite Elon Musk promising not to ban it, the Twitter account following his jet has been permanently suspended
Musk: "My commitment to free speech extends even to not banning the account"
What just happened? Elon Musk is often referred to as the richest person in the world, but not everyone agrees that he currently holds the title. According to Forbes, the Twitter boss has been overtaken on the rich list by Bernard Arnault, who is now number one with a $187.5 billion fortune.
One of many lawsuits Twitter is now facing
Russian propaganda could spread if unchecked
A hot potato: As Elon Musk reduces Twitter's content moderation to make the platform a bastion of free speech while also cutting its workforce, one of the European Union's top officials has warned the billionaire could be inadvertently helping Vladimir Putin by not removing Russian propaganda relating to the war in Ukraine.
Elon Musk says free speech-hating Apple has stopped advertising on Twitter, threatened to remove app from its store
The world's richest person versus the world's most valuable company
Ideas for a name: Twittphone, The Musker, Elon's angry device
The new system may include different checkmarks for corporate, government, and individual users
After saying no more layoffs were planned
"The voice of the people is the voice of God"
Twitter locks remaining employees out of offices after hundreds leave following Elon Musk's "hardcore" ultimatum
It's chaos at Twitter
In context: Elon Musk might regret firing half of Twitter's staff after he took over the company, given reports that those who weren't laid-off have been resigning in droves. It appears the departures were prompted by Musk's recent declaration that employees must commit to a "hardcore" work culture or leave the firm by 5 pm yesterday. Now, Twitter has locked those who are left out of the company's offices, reportedly over fears of sabotage by disgruntled ex-workers.
Many say Musk's statement was incorrect
"Fix your companies. Or congress will"
Musk takes the first step in turning Twitter into WeChat
Saudi Arabia's investment in Twitter could be a red flag