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TikTok selects Oracle in the US after rejecting Microsoft offer

KOLKATA: TikTok has chosen Oracle for a business partnership after abandoning talks with Microsoft. The Bytedance owned short-video app has chosen Oracle as a technology partner. According to reports, the terms of the deal are still evolving. It is not clear yet if Oracle would take an ownership...

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TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer steps down

NEW DELHI: Amidst the global political ousting of TikTok, including in the US, its CEO Kevin Mayer has announced his departure from the company with a letter addressed to the employees, reported Financial Times. Vanesa Pappas, who is currently general manager of TikTok, will become the interim head...

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US imposes ban on TikTok and WeChat

NEW DELHI: US President Donald Trump has announced that social media apps TikTok and WeChat are barred from operating in the US starting 20 September if they are not sold by their Chinese-owned parent companies. The video-sharing app TikTok has come under the lens of US lawmakers over national...

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Microsoft in talks with ByteDance to acquire TikTok in the US

NEW DELHI: Tech giant Microsoft yesterday confirmed that it has held talks with Chinese technology company ByteDance to acquire its social app TikTok in the US. Microsoft said in a statement that it will keep working with the US government on a deal and intends to conclude talks by 15 September....

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Chinese app ban leads to higher uptake of Facebook, Instagram: Kantar

In the wake of the government of India banning 59 popular Chinese Apps, Kantar, has released insights on the impact of this ban on consumers’ digital behaviour. The ban came into effect from 29 June 2020. 

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