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Elon Musk has said fake and spam accounts could make up over 20 percent of Twitter’s users, and said the $44 billion deal to acquire the social media company “cannot move forward” until Twitter proves its accuracy.
In the wake of the Buffalo, New York mass shooting, self-proclaimed free speech advocate Elon Musk has issued no comment, even as Twitter faces real-time decisions over how to moderate the sharing of video from the shooting and links to the killer’s manifesto.
Jeff Bezos seems to lack a basic understanding of how Twitter works. He’s tweeting about PowerPoint on a platform where there is no incentive to be reasonable.
Sonos is coming closer to the release of a smaller, more affordable subwoofer designed to work with the company’s soundbars, including the Arc, Beam, and Ray. Now, The Verge can reveal the Sub Mini’s design for the first time.
DJI could be working on a new FPV drone that’s suitable for indoor flight called the Avata. A leak indicates that the drone could weigh 500 grams and come with ducted propellers.
Verizon’s monthly administrative fee for consumer postpaid accounts will go up to $3.30 per voice line starting in June. Business accounts are seeing a new charge, too.
Apple has released iOS 15.5, the latest version of its iPhone operating system. It adds new Apple Cash card functionality to the Wallet app and new storage options for Apple Podcasts.
Tesla has opened up reservations for its long-promised all-electric Semi truck. Buyers can secure their own Tesla Semi with a deposit of $20,000, payable over 10 days.
Apple is reportedly testing the use of a color display from E Ink as an external screen for a foldable device, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He adds that the E Ink display is also being tested in “tablet-like applications.”