Elon Musk is yet again under the spotlight, this time, he’s going to pay taxes thanks to a Twitter poll he made. Is this “stunt” justifiable or is Musk being too dependent on a Twitter poll just to pay his taxes?
By now, most of us respect Apple as a luxury and a high-end brand, but their ridiculous pricing sometimes just can’t be ignored. Last time, it was a $1000 monitor stand, and today, it’s the highly-awaited $19 Polishing Cloth. Let’s talk about what’s so special about it and some of the consumers’ thoughts on it.
Twitter is finally dipping its toes on a cryptocurrency and NFT future for their platform. Just last September 23, the company has announced that they will be enabling cryptocurrency tippings—specifically Bitcoin, for creators and artists who want to make money on the platform. Let’s take a brief look at this new feature.
Let’s be real for a second: iPhone upgrades are becoming a bit of a snooze fest. They have no clear inspiration for what they are supposed to be, and their patterns for innovation are all over the place. But why? Apple is supposed to be changing what smartphones can do, but they just seem to be lazing around these past years.