Musk wants "Twitter 2.0" to be full of "exceptional" people, so he's prepared to fire some who won't commit.
Nothing is ready yet - iOS users are just getting the version of Twitter that'll support it.
Elon Musk's first big adjustment to Twitter's business model could be to start charging for verification.
It's not totally perfect, but if you have Twitter Blue and live in the US, you'll wanna read this.
Meanwhile, Twitter says it will take legal action in order to ensure the $44 billion acquisition is completed.
The company confirmed the news in a tweet which referenced its latest board member, Elon Musk.
The company's CTO Parag Agrawal will replace Dorsey as CEO effective immediately.
Photos, videos, and GIFs are appearing edge-to-edge on some user's iPhones.
Plus, Twitter's upcoming subscription service is reportedly called "Blue."
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There's also a new Communities feature for people with common interests, kind of like Facebook Groups.
After originally launching in November, the new Twitter Blue is back, and it's priced differently for the web and iOS.
You can only get the new Blue through iOS (for now), and the price might be changing.
No word on when these changes go in effect, but they're definitely some of the biggest to come to the platform so far.
The Tesla and SpaceX founder has already fired top Twitter executives and plans to take the company private by the end of the week.
If you give Twitter $4.99 a month, you might get the feature in a few weeks.
The company is expected to announce a deal with Musk by the end of the day.
Next year's Consumer Electronics Show seems to be shrinking as companies and media outlets pull out of in-person interactions due to COVID-19.
A whole "fleet" of other features are also reportedly in the works.
There's a fancy Undo button, and the app icon changes colors. Does that mean anything to you?
Plus, Qualcomm pulls out of MWC, there's a new Nokia flip phone in the US, and Microsoft's Surface Duo is affordable... kind of.
The service will be bundled into a new subscription plan offered by Twitter.