Musk, Zuckerberg and the harsh fight for the eventual fate of online entertainment

Musk, Zuckerberg and the harsh fight for the eventual fate of online entertainment

 

In one corner is Imprint Zuckerberg: 39 years of age, five foot seven inches and, on the off chance that his selfies are to be accepted, a wizard at jiu-jitsu. In the other corner stands Elon Musk: 13 years more established, six inches taller and extensively heavier, with a unique move known as the walrus (“I simply lie on top of my rival and sit idle”). The two tycoons have consented to an enclosure battle, with Mr Musk saying on June 29th that it could occur at the Roman Colosseum.

The thunder in Rome may not occur. Neither the Italian government nor Mr Musk’s mom appears to be sharp. Be that as it may, the new-news tycoons are likewise limbering up for a more noteworthy battle. On July fifth Meta, Mr Zuckerberg’s firm, added a new application to its virtual entertainment realm. Strings, a text-based network, seems to be Twitter, the application Mr Musk purchased last October for $44bn. An all-powerful web-based entertainment smackdown is going to start.

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