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If you got a blue checkmark courtesy of X, Elon Musk wants the world to know so.

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If you're one of those people who enjoys Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ content at the expense of a friend or family member without having to pay, start counting your days.

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Overnight, Elon Musty's X, formerly Twitter, "gifted" premium subscriptions to some users on X, mainly those who vowed never to pay for the subscription service.

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Hollywood isn't the only industry worried about the dangers of AI (artificial intelligence). The music industry is also weary of the technology.

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Activision just dropped Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile and one of the millions of people who downloaded the app and gave it a spin was Memphis rapper NLE Choppa. The “Shotta Flow” rapper has been occupied with the whole rap star thing, so he now considers himself a former gamer.

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The DOJ claims Apple used its iPhone ecosystem to drive its "astronomical valuation" at the expense of the consumers, developers, and rival smartphone makers.

Spotify is finally getting a feature it should have had: the ability to instantly watch music videos.

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It sounds like TikTok is in danger. There's always Instagram Reels. Just saying.

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Bowers & Wilkins, a leading audio technology company, has a new color finish for its flagship over-the-ear Px8 headphones.

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Elon Musk's rebranding of the social media platform formerly known as Twitter has a bit of turbulence as the city of San Francisco states that his installment of a giant X sign might've been done without a permit. Officials filed a complaint, saying they were denied access to the roof on Friday and Saturday.

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The recent restrictions by Elon Musk on Twitter have compelled Black Twitter users to join Spill, a new social media app created by two former Black Twitter employees. We dig a little deeper into the inspiration behind the app and some of its features.

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The founder of the popular mobile app Cash App, Bob Lee, was fatally stabbed in downtown San Francisco early Wednesday morning. His death was confirmed by his father and his company, MobileCoin. Police haven't commented on the details as they have just begun their investigation into the incident.