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Elon Musk praised Chinese automakers as “the most competitive in the world” at an online forum Friday, where the Tesla Inc chief also touched upon data security and the nation’s “great potential” as a market for electric vehicles.
Tesla is beefing up its public relations and legal team in China after news and regulatory controversy battered its sales in the country.
At the end of a long day of video calls and Slack messages, workers unable or unwilling to meet up at the bar can mouse over to another tab for some virtual socialisation on apps such as Discord and Clubhouse. Think of it as Zoom: After Hours.
Social media star Elsa Majimbo, who shot to popularity during the pandemic, prefers to avoid being called an "influencer", calling herself a "professional bragger" instead.
(Reuters) - Don Joyce, a Nokia manager working from home at a remote lake cottage in Canada, recently abandoned his painfully slow phone-line internet in favor of satellite broadband service Starlink, offered by Elon Musk's SpaceX.
Startup Flawless AI, co-founded by film director Scott Mann, has an AI tool that it says can accurately recreate lip sync in dubbing without altering the performance of the actors.
(Reuters) -Billionaire Elon Musk and cryptocurrency aficionado on Tuesday asked https://bit.ly/33xrDHR his 54 million followers on Twitter "Do you want Tesla to accept Doge?," referring to a digital currency worth roughly 48 cents with no real-world use.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Billionaire Elon Musk dropped a surprise early in his hotly anticipated turn as host of "Saturday Night Live," saying in his monologue that he "is the first person with Asperger's" to host the show, before clowning through skits for the first global livestream of the NBCUniversal comedy show.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Elon Musk's turn as host of this week's "Saturday Night Live" television program will be a light-hearted, brand-building break from the pressures of running Tesla Inc and SpaceX - or land the billionaire in another bucket of hot water.
Facebook Watch is to expand Paid Online Events into 24 markets, including Hong Kong, in the coming weeks following an exponential growth in viewership amid the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.