Twitter bug restoring deleted tweets for hundreds of clueless users
Users are reporting that tweets they mass-deleted are reappearing on their profiles, reports The Verge. James Vincent, a senior Verge reporter, wrote that earlier this month, he deleted all his tweets, just under 5,000 of them, but can now see Twitter has restored a handful of old re-tweets.
Twitter to add 15-sec forward, back buttons along with pic in pic mode
Replying to a user on Twitter who asked Musk to add 15-second forward and back seek buttons, he said, "Coming next week, along with pic in pic, so you can watch while scrolling".Picture-in-picture (PiP) mode shrinks a video into a small player so users can keep watching while using other apps on their mobile devices.
'Over my dead body': Musk tells investor on paying Twitter office rent
According to a new lawsuit filed by six former Twitter employees against Twitter, Pablo Mendoza, a venture capitalist who invested in Twitter 2.0, had a chat with Musk in the wee hours, reports Business Insider. Musk bluntly told Mendoza that not paying rent was non-negotiable with 'over his dead body' remark.
US to probe Twitter for breaking laws following lawsuit from ex-employees
The lawsuit from six employees alleged that Musk's team "knowingly broke local and federal laws," reports San Francisco Chronicle. They are seeking severance and punitive damages for "flagrant bad faith".Twitter's new leadership deliberately, specifically, and repeatedly announced their intentions to breach contracts.
Twitter takes on YouTube, allows paid users to upload 2-hr long videos
The microblogging platform also changed its Twitter Blue page and announced that the video file size limit for paid users has been raised from 2GB to 8GB. "Twitter Blue Verified subscribers can now upload 2-hour videos (8GB)," Musk tweeted on Thursday.
Musk sends letter to Nadella, accuses Microsoft of violating Twitter data
Musk's personal lawyer Alex Spiro said in the letter sent on behalf of Twitter that their recent review of the tech giant's activity on the Microsoft Apps indicates that "Microsoft may have been in violation of multiple provisions of the Agreement for an extended period of time".
6 in 10 users took a break from Twitter in past year in US: Pew survey
While a majority who used Twitter in the past year report taking a break from the platform, a quarter of them say they are not likely to use it a year from now, according to the Pew survey conducted about five months after billionaire Elon Musk acquired the platform for $44 billion.