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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 3, 2020
Twitter account of PM Modi's personal website hackedA Twitter account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal website was hacked early Thursday with a series of cryptic tweets being posted on the account by a group claiming to be John Wick. The account has since been restored. Confirming the same, Twitter said that it was aware of the activity and has taken the required steps to secure the compromised account. It added that it is \"actively investigating\" the situation.The account goes b...


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, September 3, 2020
PUBG Mobile is banned in India and its Indian players are responding to the ban in unique ways. Some of them hope to join it now through PUBG on computers, which is not banned.


Reuters
September 3, 2020
Internet giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube earlier pulled a post by Trump for violating their COVID-19 misinformation policies


Pavni Jain
New Delhi, September 3, 2020
Be it teens or adults, everyone got addicted to the PUBG fever in a short time. Here's taking a look at the journey of the game.


Shubham Verma
Kanpur, September 2, 2020
Oppo's F17 series is now official in India more than eight months after the F15 and F15 Pro were released.


Nidhi Singal
September 2, 2020
Government of India's decision to ban some popular Chinese apps is being seen as a strategic move to boost Indian app ecosystem


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The primary argument Centre has presented for banning 118 Chinese apps, including PUBG Mobile, is that they are detrimental to sovereignty and integrity of India, and a threat to the defence and security of the nation


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
PUBG Mobile was the most popular online shooter game for smartphones. Now, that it has been banned in India, other similar games have the opportunity to take the crown


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 2, 2020
PUBG, which had at least 33 million active users in India, has been banned  along with 118 other Chinese apps. The ban takes place after fresh provocation by China in Ladakh. As per the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, the mobile game has been banned under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. Watch the video for more.India bans PUBG Mobile, WeChat Work, AppLock and 115 other Chinese apps as border row intensifies


Sushant Talwar
New Delhi, September 2, 2020
The government of India has now banned 118 new apps, in addition to the ones that it had announced a ban on earlier. Of these apps, PUBG Mobile is one of the biggest names to stand out.


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The government's ban on PUBG has received a mixed reaction from Twitter users. While some netizens are happy that the online game has been banned, fans of the game are understandably not in a good mood


Nidhi Singal
September 2, 2020
There has been a strong chorus in the public space to take strict action against apps that harm India's sovereignty as well as the privacy of our citizens, MeitY said in its statement


BusinessToday.In
September 2, 2020
The government on Wednesday banned online game PUBG in India. The app is amongst 118 Chinese applications banned by the Centre


Sumant Banerji
August 31, 2020
Most Chinese companies operating in India believe the brewing anti-China sentiment won't impact their long-term objectives in Indian market


BusinessToday.In
August 28, 2020
Lijan said that a Weibo survey showed that around 95 per cent of respondents would ditch their iPhone if WeChat is added to the US blacklist


Reuters
August 28, 2020
Southeast Asia offers a clear view of the global strategy ByteDance is implementing to avoid crackdowns in other regions that influencers like Saputra now fear


Reuters
August 28, 2020
The sale of TikTok is happening as the company is under fire from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump as a potential national security risk due to the vast amount of private data the app is compiling on U.S. consumers


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 25, 2020
Mark Zuckerberg warned Trump about the rise of Chinese internet companies and the threat it would pose on American businesses.


Vivek Punj
August 18, 2020
Tencent had invested $100 million in Dream11 for a majority stake in the fantasy cricket league platform as part of the latter's Series D funding in September 2018


BusinessToday.In
August 17, 2020
After selling stake in Jio Platforms to global tech giants and other big investors, he's now eyeing multiple takeovers in tech and consumer business space


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