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Elon Musk hints at Gmail rival; Could launch Xmail soon

Elon Musk, who had previously mentioned Grok 1.5, is now talking about the launch of XMail, a new email service meant to rival Google’s popular Gmail platform. This comes at a time when there’s a lot of talk about user privacy and data security in online communication platforms.

Although there’s no official launch date for XMail yet, Musk’s statement “It’s Coming” has piqued the interest of the tech industry. Many view this as a strategic move by X to enter the email service market, which is currently dominated by Gmail.

We’ll have to wait and see what kind of impact XMail has on the email scene. It’s not clear yet if it will bring any groundbreaking features or if it will work seamlessly with other X platform services. It’s also not clear how Gmail will react to this new competition, if they react at all.

Recently, Musk has been very vocal, figuratively speaking, about Google and its AI model Gemini on X. It’s worth noting that this is still in the early stages, and we’ll have to wait and see what kind of impact XMail has on the email scene.

Elon Musk’s rant against advertisers boycotting X, formerly known as Twitter, has left experts scratching their heads. The big question is, if these advertisers continue to bail and don’t return, can X make it?

Thinking about bankruptcy for a company he acquired for $44 billion last year might seem crazy, but it’s a real possibility. To get why, you need to check out how much X depends on ad money and why advertisers might be staying away. Even though we don’t have the most recent stats, roughly 90% of X’s revenue last year came from advertising. It’s the lifeblood of the business.