Chief Twit rules by polling now.
Hundreds of thousands of people have flocked to other social networks after Elon Musk's takeover. Mastodon has some momentum.
This portable, powerful, clean energy tech is a first-in-industry launch — and will revolutionize the way you play outdoors.
Twitter is reportedly trying to reverse course and hire back dozens of workers it just laid off – continuing the chaos Elon Musk has brought since taking over.
The discourse was never all that civil on Twitter.
A "thermonuclear name & shame" is coming for companies that stop advertising with Twitter, apparently.
The billionaire's sometimes reckless posting has previously landed him in legal trouble.
"We are witnessing the real-time destruction of one of the world’s most powerful communication systems” by an "erratic billionaire," warned a member of Stop Toxic Twitter coalition.
The billionaire has vowed not to turn the social media giant into a “free-for-all hellscape."