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Richard Lawler / The Verge:
Filing: a judge grants Elon Musk's request to halt the Twitter trial and says that if the deal doesn't close by 5pm on October 28, the trial begins in November
Binance Smart Chain suspends transactions due to a bridge exploit, estimating that $100M to $110M in assets were moved off chain, of which $7M has been frozen
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Internal memo: Meta's VP of Metaverse says Horizon Worlds is suffering from too many quality issues and even the team building the app isn't using it very much
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