Deal dilutes Chinese stake enough for Trump to tentatively approve Oracle has been formally announced as TikTok’s new technology partner and will also become a co-owner of a new entity that will run the made—in-China social network in the USA and other parts of the world. US president Donald Trump has backed the deal publicly.…
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The news is the latest development in the saga of TikTok, the viral video app which was pressured into selling itself to a US-based company.
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US President Donald Trump says he's approved the agreement "in concept," according to a report. The deal would create a company called TikTok Global, and China's government would also need to sign off.
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TikTok and parent company ByteDance say the ban, which is set to kick in Sunday, ignores due process and free speech.
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People who downloaded TikTok for the first time say it's an act of protest. New downloads of TikTok will be barred on Sunday.
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An NYU team thinks it's finally unlocked the secret to how these mysterious landforms get their interesting shape.
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President Donald Trump reportedly spoke to Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison about a possible payment to the U.S. government in the proposed deal to acquire TikTok.
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Bill Gates said the travel ban caused people to rush back into the country, but that there weren't adequate measures in place upon their return.
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Still uncertain about its future, Huawei continues, despite everything, to pursue its projects and its product lines. We know that the commercial clock is ticking ... The post AMD has reportedly obtained a license to supply Huawei appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Many people rely on WeChat as the only way of keeping in touch with family and friends in China, where apps like Facebook and Gmail are banned.
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The US government today announced a new initiative to restrict TikTok in app stores, a move which comes after weeks of uncertainty over whether the app would be banned in the US. It’s not banned yet, but the restrictions are very close — and it could be banned outright by November. In case you haven’t kept up, the administration led by President Donald Trump has issued executive orders that would both restrict transactions with the app — which is what this new ban is about — and would force the parent company to find an American buyer for its American… This story continues at The Next Web
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After banning TikTok and WeChat for connections to China, the US government is setting its sights on the makers of "Fortnite" and "League of Legends."
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A September study out of China found few coronavirus patients wore glasses. More research is needed, but shielding your eyes seems to have benefits.
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TikTok said it is prepared to challenge President Donald Trump's ban of the app, calling the president's order to remove the app from app stores unjust.
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Telecom kit maker points finger in the general direction of Middle Kingdom's complicated supply chain Hardware video encoders from multiple suppliers contain several critical security bugs that allow a remote unauthenticated miscreant to run arbitrary code on the equipment.…
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Government officials and infrastructure experts agree that investing in sustainable, long-term solutions can help the US stay competitive.
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Creators and users took to TikTok to say their goodbyes — but also voice their dissent — after the Trump administration moved forward with a ban.
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The TikTok ban is a sign that the deal between Oracle and TikTok isn't enough to satisfy Trump's security concerns.
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Although Huawei has still stuck in the end, the company did not suspend it. Various businesses are still in full swing. Say, we have been ... The post Huawei PC With Kunpeng Processor Will Be Available Soon appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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WeChat will be banned in the US on September 20, and unlike TikTok there's no clear path for the restrictions on it to be lifted.
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China is a "key market" for Tesla that could make up 40% of global sales as early as 2022, the bullish analyst Dan Ives said.
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The Trump administration's decision comes after weeks of drama over a potential acquisition of TikTok by a US company.
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A principled, hands-off approach to the internet was easier to defend in the 1990s. Today it makes no sense.
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Riot Games, Epic Games reportedly asked for info on data security standards.
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The Trump administration said TikTok will be banned from US app stores starting Sunday, and banned from being hosted on US servers as of November.
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Unless the Orange One steps in to save the day. Fancy that! The US Department of Commerce has threatened to ban new downloads of Chinese-owned social media platforms Tiktok and Wechat from app stores this weekend.…
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The Trump administration’s war on TikTok continues to escalate, and today’s news of a September 20 deadline to pull the app – along with WeChat – from US app stores has users understandably concerned that the short video social network might stop working. Turns out, today’s announcement makes it a little more complicated than that: read on for what you … Continue reading
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U.S. Judge Laurel Beeler said at a hearing on Thursday that she is willing to temporarily halt the ban on WeChat issued by President Trump. ... The post WeChat ban is too vague – US Judge plans to stop it temporarily appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The Trump government will force the removal of TikTok and WeChat from app stores in the US as of this weekend, unless a deal divorcing the popular services from the Chinese ownership is finalized. It’s the latest in a series of high-profile escalations done, the US Department of Commerce insisted today, to stop “malicious collection of American citizens’ personal data,” … Continue reading
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The popular apps TikTok and WeChat will be banned from app stores in the U.S. from Sunday, September 20, due to President Trump's Executive Order.
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