Elon Musk takes Google head-on, declares three-front war!

Since Musk has not given any further information about Xmail, it is unclear when it will be available. It is expected to be incorporated into the X app, he also slammed Gemini before hand.

Bhaskar Chakravorty
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Billionaire Elon Musk has revealed the upcoming launch of 'Xmail,' which may potentially rival Google's Gmail service, following the release of his own version of ChatGPT. During a chat on his social media network X, Elon Musk announced that a product called "XMail is coming."

The shutdown roumors 

This announcement coincides with speculation that Google was going to shut down Gmail due to the spread of a bogus image on social media. It is unclear when the service will be available because Musk has not given any more information about it. It is expected to be incorporated into the X app, though.

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Nathan McGrady, a senior member of X's Security Engineering team, inquired about the launch date of Xmail, leading to the confirmation. In response, Musk said that the service is in the works, setting the stage for what would cause a major disruption in the email service industry.
"When are we making XMail?" he inquired. Musk simply replied, “It's coming.”

Musk lashes out at Google's Gemini! 

Elon Musk criticised Google over its Gemini AI chatbot's text-to-image functionality. Google, a division of Alphabet, announced that it is halting Gemini's picture production of individuals. Google stated, "We are aware that Gemini is giving inconsistencies in some historical picture generation depictions," and that an updated version will be available soon.

Earlier last month, Google began using its Gemini AI models to generate images. Despite this, users have noted that the model occasionally returns erroneous historical photos. Google has been working hard to create AI software competitors ever since OpenAI's ChatGPT was introduced in November 2022.

Google earlier this month unveiled Bard, a generative AI chatbot that was renamed Gemini. Google released premium subscription levels in Gemini that users may select from to enhance the AI model's reasoning powers.