Tech Digest Daily Roundup: Twitter users vote for Elon Musk to step down

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Twitter users have voted in favor of Elon Musk stepping down as CEO of the platform after the billionaire ran a poll on his future. Mr Musk asked his 122 million followers if he should stand down, a total of 57.5% voted “yes”. Mr Musk, who bought Twitter for $44bn (£36bn), said before the vote ended that he would follow the result. technology tycoon, whatever runs tesla and space x, has faced a lot of criticism since acquiring the site. Mr Musk has yet to comment since the polls closed. Even if he were to resign as chief executive, he would remain the owner of Twitter. BBC

Twitter users will no longer be able to link to multiple people rival social media websites, including Facebook, Instagram and Mastodon. On Sunday, Twitter Support tweeted that it would “not allow the free promotion of certain social media platforms on Twitter”. “Specifically, we will remove accounts created solely for the purpose of promoting other social platforms and content that contains links or usernames for the following platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Mastodon, Truth Social, Tribal, Nostra and post,” it added. sky News

Opposition Wants to disprove your notion that all smartphones look the same. We got the opportunity to join Oppo eno days This week, the Chinese manufacturer’s annual event that serves as a veritable tech expo. The Chinese company used the occasion to introduce a new smartphone idea, a phone made entirely of glass, negating the need for a frame to hold the screen and shell together. Oppo refers to it as “integrated glass” or “all-glass unibody” for the same reason. Gizchina

multi-storey and underground car park Engineers warn that electric vehicles could collapse under the weight. Electric cars, which are almost twice as heavy as standard models, could cause ‘catastrophic’ damage, according to British Parking Association (BPA), Who wants the local authorities to conduct an immediate structural survey. The country’s 6,000 multi-storey and underground facilities were built according to guidance based on the weight of popular 1976 cars, including the Mk3 Ford Cortina. But currently electric cars are far more heavily entrenched in the UK market. daily Mail

The European Union is charged meta of breaking antitrust laws related to your online classified advertising business. Facebook The owner faces a fine of up to 10 percent of his annual global revenue if found guilty, which would amount to a fine of $11.8 billion if applied to the firm’s latest financial results. The EU Executive Commission said it “takes issue” with the tech company over its online classified advertising business. facebook marketplace, for Facebook. The European Commission said this means Facebook users automatically have access to the marketplace “whether they want it or not”. independent

The advice that Boris Johnson’s brother is giving cryptocurrency business binance As it struggles to launch its exchange in the UK, official records show. Lord Johnson of Marylebone took up a role on the UK advisory board of one of Binance’s subsidiaries in September, The Telegraph can reveal. He resigned last week as pressure mounted on Binance’s finances and transparency. Amid the deepening crisis in the cryptocurrency sector. Former universities minister Lord Johnson served as an advisor to Bfinity, a payments business founded by Binance alongside former digital minister Lord Vaysage. Wire




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