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How you could be earning some cash through Twitter

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Twitter is now opening its doors for you to test features and get paid for it

Social media platform Twitter has opened applications from users who want to be the first to test new content subscription and ticketing features – a new way for users to earn money.

Twitter users can apply to get first access to “Super Follows,” which will let them sell exclusive content to paying subscribers, as well as a brand new feature called “Ticketed Spaces,” which allows users to charge for entry into audio chat rooms they host on the platform.

Both features are part of Twitter’s plan to compete with other social media companies such as Facebook and Clubhouse to attract more influential content creators by letting them earn money from fans and followers.

As part of the criteria, users must have at least 10,000 followers on Twitter to be eligible to apply for Super Follows, and at least 1,000 followers to apply for first access to Ticketed Spaces.

Twitter says it is aiming to hire “a diverse set of voices,” from the applications.

The company will take a 3% cut of a creator’s revenue until the user hits $50,000 in earnings.

From there, Twitter will bump up its commission to 20%, in order to help up-and-coming creators earn more money at the start.

Twitter will focus on individuals who apply for the features, but will also consider brands, publishers, and nonprofit organisations which have built an audience on the social media platform.

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China EV maker NIO reveals advanced battery swapping solution

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Since 2018, Chinese EV manufacturer NIO has emerged as a leading advocate for battery-swapping.

Battery swapping, also known as battery switching, is a technology for electric vehicles where a discharged battery pack can be quickly exchanged for a fully charged one, providing an alternative to recharging the vehicle at a charging station.

Mike Costello from Cox Automotive joins to discuss all the latest EV updates.

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Microsoft recalls ‘Recall AI’ feature over security fears

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Microsoft has announced a postponement in the release of its new Recall AI feature, citing significant security concerns raised during internal testing.

Among the excitement of Apple’s big AI announcement, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed his intention to ban Apple devices from his companies if Apple integrates its operating system with OpenAI’s technology, as reported by Reuters.

Musk’s statement came amid rising tensions between the tech giants over artificial intelligence integration and its implications for user privacy and data security.

Dr. Karen Sutherland from UniSC joins to discuss the latest with Apple’s AI reveal and its future implications. #featured #trending

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