Elon Musk is exploring new video features, such as game streaming and live shopping, in his efforts to transform X into a complete 'all-in-one' app. On Sunday night, Musk unveiled the feature on Sunday night during a 54-minute Diablo IV stream, which was shared from an anonymous Twitter account with the handle @cyb3rgam3r420. Musk said that the testing of this feature was being tested in a reply to his email. It's still uncertain how committed X is to drawing in streamers, as the feature currently lacks many creator-oriented functions found on other platforms. X's recent focus on creators and new video features has motivated more users to the platform, despite its recent emphasis on creators and new video features. Paris Hilton has also announced its desire to experiment with live shopping features in the future, a collaboration with the company. Hilton will release four original video-content programs per year, incorporating live-shopping elements.
There are worries about whether X's infrastructure can handle the demands of these new live video features. The company faced difficulties with large live audio and video streams, particularly when Musk was involved, following layoffs of site reliability engineers last year. In May when Florida Governor Ron DeSantis joined a chat on Spaces to announce a presidential run alongside Musk, the stream repeatedly crashed.
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