Clubhouse generated heavy buzz during the peak of the pandemic. In the months since then, that excitement seems to have cooled.
Facebook is starting the first test of its Live Audio Rooms product, part of an expansion of the company’s audio services that will over time include podcast hosting and creation tools.
Live audio app Clubhouse will begin introducing a test version of its app to Google’s Android users on Sunday, the company said, in a potentially big expansion of its market.
Clubhouse, the buzzy, audio-based social network, is in talks to raise funding from investors in a round valuing the business at about US$4-billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
A week after popular audio chatroom app Clubhouse said it was taking steps to ensure user data couldn’t be stolen by malicious hackers or spies, at least one attacker has proven the platform’s live audio can be siphoned.
Dogecoin, the tongue-in-cheek cryptocurrency featuring a Shiba Inu dog as a mascot, briefly touched a record on Monday after billionaire Elon Musk, rapper Snoop Dogg and Kiss bassist Gene Simmons tweeted about it.
The US app Clubhouse erupted among Chinese social media users over the weekend, with thousands joining discussions on contentious subjects such as Taiwan and Xinjiang undisturbed by Beijing’s censors.
A surprise chat between tech billionaire Elon Musk and Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev on new audio-based social network Clubhouse has helped propel the app to the top of the start-up charts.
Billionaire Elon Musk said on Monday bitcoin was “on the verge” of being more widely accepted among investors as he expressed his support for the cryptocurrency.
Elon Musk says one of his start-ups has a monkey with wires going into its brain that’s able to play videogames.