Questions have been raised over how the platform will change after being bought by the Tesla boss.
Mr Musk, who made the shock bid just over a week ago, said he would "unlock" the social media firm's potential.
The billionaire has called for a series of changes from relaxing Twitter's content restrictions to eradicating fake accounts.
An experiment to find out has just finished on the International Space Station.
The machines allow the user to see both his or her reflection and a video of an online instructor.
It comes as Netflix has reported a plunge in subscribers in the face of stiff competition from rivals.
Questions are being asked about a scene in The Kardashians, when Kim's son finds a sex tape ad on Roblox.
Elon Musk's Tesla has raised prices for its electric cars as it faces higher costs.
Equity, the performing arts workers union, says actors need protection from computer-generated substitutes.
Drivers will be able to watch built-in screens in self-driving cars but not use mobile phones.
The firm lost 200,000 members in the first three months of the year.
US Vice-President Harris says US will stop testing missiles designed to destroy spacecraft in orbit.
Researchers say they warned UK officials about being targeted, but the software's makers deny the claims.
Employees must get signatures from 30% of staff at New York's Grand Central Station for a union election.
The so-called "poison pill" measure is in response to Elon Musk's $43bn cash buyout offer.
The Tesla boss claims he has a 'Plan B' if his offer, which values the firm at $43bn, is rejected.
Crypto worth at least $615 million was stolen from players of popular online game Axie Infinity.
Charities say online predators increasingly live-stream, an area not covered by the bill.
The boss of Tesla claims he wants to unlock the social media platform's "extraordinary potential".
Disney launch copyright claim against latest unauthorised version of the defunct children's game.
Malaysia-based Sina Estavi has been offered just a small fraction of the $2.9m he paid for the tweet.
Virgil Griffith was sentenced to five years and three months in prison by a court in New York.
Taiwanese firm Pegatron is latest manufacturer to halt operations because of the Shanghai lockdown.
A controversial facial recognition platform has been used more than 1,000 times by Ukrainian officials.
A forum which allowed criminals access to stolen personal data - for a fee - has been taken down.
Cyber experts say the malicious software used points to notorious military attackers.
Video shows how law enforcers are having to adapt to a new era of autonomous vehicles.
Tesla's chief executive was due to join the social media platform's board after buying a 9.2% stake.
Analysts say young people now expect to see greater levels of realism in their feeds.
More than a dozen apps were taken out of its Play Store for harvesting users' phone numbers.
A western intelligence official believes the aim was espionage - but questions remain.
Hacked cryptocurrency and games company says its customers will now be reimbursed.
Custom nano inks allow solar cells to be made to any shape and can use ambient light to power devices.
Sellers are boosting ratings of electronics with reviews for completely different products, Which? finds.
It has booked 83 launches for its low earth orbit satellite internet system Project Kuiper.
The Center for Countering Digital Hate found abuse in the Instagram DMs of five high-profile females.
It comes after new board member Elon Musk asked his followers if they wanted the feature.
German police say illegal sales on the site amounted to at least £1bn a year
The culture secretary says suppliers must do more to promote discounted rates to low-income homes.
The platform has taken action to limit more than 300 Kremlin accounts, including President Putin's.
The Tesla founder has become the social network's biggest single shareholder, and a board member.
Treasury Minister John Glen says "stablecoins" could be used as a means of payment.
Fundraising campaigns by games companies have raised millions of dollars for humanitarian causes.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has bought almost a tenth of Twitter shares, worth almost $3bn.
The electric carmaker delivered more than 310,000 vehicles in the first three months of this year.
Donald Trump's social media platform was supposed to be "fully operational" by the end of March.
Two companies hope a solar "sculpture" and solar blinds will attract buyers who cannot have roof panels.
Meta said it was investigating the issue but didn't say what caused it.
The hacking group is relatively new but its actions have led to an international police hunt.
The Washington Post alleges a consultancy was paid by Meta to promote stories of dangerous TikTok trends.