Twitter has finally disclosed details surrounding Elon Musk’s February 2023 announcement that users would be able to monetize content shared on the social media network.
Jul 14, 2023
Dionne Warwick once jokingly referred to herself as the CEO of Twitter, but now the living legend wants no part amid all the chaos that seems to be circulating around the social media platform.
Jul 12, 2023
There’s a new social media platform in town — and it’s called Threads.
Jul 6, 2023
Some users of Twitter have migrated to a new social platform due to a temporary reading limit announced by Elon Musk.
Jul 3, 2023
Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter has been a rollercoaster experience. The purchase of the social media giant came with significant changes including massive layoffs and payments for the once-coveted blue check. Not to mention, AfroTech reported that one of the significant shifts with Musk as CEO was the closing of Twitter’s Africa office. The Ghana office had only 20 employees but was closed just days after officially opening. Surprising moves like the layoffs and added restrictions have been back to back as Musk navigates his power leading the company. A recent development in the shake-up is the dissolution of its corporate development team that supported minority-owned venture capital firms. According to Forbes, Twitter could be backing out of its promise of millions to venture capital firms and small businesses.
Apr 25, 2023
Twitter users were excited when the news first dropped back in August 2022 about Twitter Circle — a feature similar to Instagram’s Close Friends. However, it appears there is a serious error going against the intended privacy.
Apr 11, 2023
Twitter is about to conduct a full sweep of users’ free blue checks including big-name public figures and celebrities.
Mar 31, 2023
On Dec. 18, Elon Musk asked users if he should step down as the head of Twitter via a poll, and Snoop Dogg asked if he should step up.
Dec 19, 2022
Changes to Twitter have yet to cease since Elon Musk’s acquisition.
Dec 16, 2022
If “something ain’t adding up” was a person, it would be that of a local Uber driver. Most people familiar with the ride-sharing app know that the drivers do not receive the full amount of funds from a ride. According to the operating model, a portion of the charged fees goes to the driver and another to the company . Pretty standard, right? However, a recent situation revealed that one driver only received about 45 percent of the funds charged for what appeared to be a surged ride. via GIPHY
Dec 6, 2022
The aftermath of Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is continuing to change the platform as we know it. As previously shared by AfroTech, the Tesla CEO’s revamp has included a mass termination of employees, getting rid of employee resource groups (ERGs), charging for the verification process, and more.
Nov 14, 2022
As the culture continues to grapple with the fact that the Twitter we once knew and loved may be gone, others are welcoming the changes under new CEO Elon Musk with an open mind. In fact, now that the company is allowing users to pay $8 per month to receive a blue verification checkmark, there are people that are taking things a bit too far to present Twitter users with false information. This time, someone used the elite status to cause a frenzy within the sports community by posing as LeBron James on the social media platform, Complex reports.
Nov 10, 2022
Black Twitter has long been an interesting place for Black people on social media. From hilarious memes to social and political commentary, Twitter has been a go-to spot for news and discourse. The protection of this space has come into question since Elon Musk officially took over the company, noting his long but documented history of alleged discriminatory actions and perspectives. Adding to this action list is Musk’s recent termination of employees from the social media giant’s Africa office. via GIPHY
Nov 9, 2022
Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is drastically changing the platform as we know it.
Nov 4, 2022
Remember when Vine was dominating social media? It appears that the six-second video platform may possibly make its way back.
Nov 1, 2022