The deal, which is rumored to be valued around $10 billion, will make Microsoft a key player in OpenAI's development and research.
Meanwhile, Twitter says it will take legal action in order to ensure the $44 billion acquisition is completed.
The company is expected to announce a deal with Musk by the end of the day.
The reason? "Short-term challenges" and "the continued expansion of Prime member benefits."
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The acquisition doesn't include APKMirror.
The service will be bundled into a new subscription plan offered by Twitter.
That's $4 billion less than what Verizon originally paid for the properties.
Marking yet another meaningful departure the philanthropist is making from the company he founded in 1975.
The Essential Phone loses updates, future Essential projects have been canned, and Andy Rubin is still a terrible person.
The company was just granted an extension on its pardon from being excluded from using Android services.