Yes, what we really needed Twitter to do was to make some NFT artworks – and not even make them tradeable for whoever gets them…
Twitter gives Australia the Blues, COVIDSafe doesn’t give anything, plus Facebook, hot sauce, Hearthstone, Valorant and more.
Twitter has made its subscription offer, Twitter Blue, available in Australia and Canada. And you don’t get much for your $4.49 / month.
Human rights commission wants to slow down facial recognition and AI, do CIOs need a better grasp of HR needs, Twitter sub pricing revealed, plus Acer, Zwift and more.
LEGO gets its Pride on, OLED gets rollable at LG, Army of the Dead hits Netflix, and the Mighty Nein campaign is nearing its end. All this and more in today’s Daily.
Microsoft draws the line, Google Reader is back (kind of), Twitter admits image crops were biased, and lots more in today’s news round up.
Our top tech, science and digital culture news for Monday, May 17. Includes news from the ASD, eBay, Twitter Blue, FF XIV, and lots more.
Would you pay to use Twitter? The bird app company is testing subscription models and a Patreon-styled premium content access feature.
Twitter Fleets are like Instagram and Snapchat’s popular Stories features. So why so much hate being thrown at the idea?
Tweety fleets, Apple’s M1 gets tested, NSW gets digital vouchers, and we’ve got a great recommendation for the speed cube lovers.
Reading the rantings and ravings of an unhinged world leader’s tweets in children’s handwriting at least adds some entertainment.
As a Hope myself, I’d like to explain why hoping for someone to die isn’t scary in the way that the social platforms have failed to do anything about real death threats.
Twitter has been testing out encouraging users to read articles before they retweet them, and it’s working so well it’s going to go global.
Skim Reading as a Service is never going to pay the bills. It’s a tough sell. @biz and @jack, with…