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How US thinks China uses TikTok, WeChat against Americans

ByteDance and Microsoft were exploring a preliminary proposal that would involve a purchase of TikTok service in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and Microsoft owning and operating TikTok in these markets

 
 

This feature has been incorporated on WhatsApp's Web application weeks after it was brought on Facebook's own web and mobile platforms

Throughout the lockdown, Amazon Prime Video has been at the forefront of direct-to-digital releases of films such as Gulabo Sitabo on its platform

Zee5 says users can switch from Club to Premium at any time during the year by paying the difference amount

According to the company, in the lab tests, Gorilla Glass Victus achieved drop performance up to 2 meters when dropped onto hard, rough surfaces

Redmi note 9 launch: This phone will be available online on the official Xiaomi website and Amazon India and will also be available offline from July 24 onwards

 
 

With consumers restricted to their homes due to the outbreak of COVID-19, there has been a significant growth in OTT content consumption

While PUBG remains number 1 in popularity, there are several games that are worthy competitors to PUBG

The wristband, developed by Muse Wearables, will be Bluetooth-enabled and can be connected to the smartphone via the Muse Health App

As a part of the promotional campaign around the action thriller The Old Guard starring Charlize Theron and Chiwetel Ejiofor, Netflix is offering Immortal account.

Implementing the ban on the 59 Chinese apps is difficult both legally and technically, say experts
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