Elon Musk's poor choice of words on X has led to big brands like Apple, IBM and Disney pausing their paid ad campaigns on the platform.
The visit came in the backdrop of Israel and Hamas extending a ceasefire for two more days until Thursday.
Following Elon Musk's alleged endorsement of an antisemitic post, flagship accounts belonging to big brands have gone silent on X.
The visit comes in the backdrop of Israel and Hamas extending a ceasefire for two more days.
Out of 200 posts about the Israel-Hamas war, the CCDH says 98 per cent still remained live on X 7 days after they were reported to moderators.
Elon Musk's immersion in video games has influenced major business decisions, including the decision to purchase Twitter.
Elon Musk has previously admitted that he wants X to compete with YouTube, LinkedIn, FaceTime as well as banking apps.
X started paying content creators for tweets in July this year, under its Ad-revenue sharing program.
Israel has threatened to cut all ties with Starlink.
In a follow-up post, Elon Musk said he loves getting noted, further claiming that his X post was "obviously a joke meme".
Musk essentially wants to turn X into an everything app and he has taken several radical steps to ensure the same.
While the video and audio calling feature has finally started rolling out, it will be exclusive to premium subscribers only.
He also asked the company to add a cow and a poop emoji to his Wiki page.
The social media giant has been undergoing a radical overhaul since Elon Musk took over the platform.
Musk even called the work-from-home option "morally wrong" and "bulls***."
X CEO Linda Yaccarino claims the platform has "identified and removed hundreds of Hamas-affiliated accounts" since the start of the war.
This is not the first time that Tesla has offered free supercharging in a conflict-prone region.
The new feature on X, which is aimed at helping curb misinformation on the platform, further restricts the free tier.
The essay titled "I Was a Starter Wife" was published in Marie Claire magazine, two years after their split in 2008.
Bill Ackman claims Elon Musk could go toward lowering X's crushing debt load if Pershing Square were to invest in the company.
Musk made the remark in response to a Twitter (now X) post by journalist Glenn Greenwald.
X has lost 11.6 per cent of its daily active users since Elon Musk's takeover, dropping to just 225 million users.
Video downloads are auto-disabled for younger audiences (under 18) to provide a safe online environment.
In his latest X post, Musk spoke about his experience with the COVID-19 vaccine.
The union workers have been on strike in Michigan, Ohio, and Missouri demanding better wages.
X could be adding audio and video call functionality, but it might be exclusively accessible to users with a Premium membership.