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A way out: Banned Chinese apps weigh selling out to Indian partners
The idea is to ensure that the Indian arm will run the show after re-launching the product while the parent entity earns revenue through licence fee, they told ET.
PUBG banned in India's latest salvo against Chinese apps
The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, MHA has also sent an exhaustive recommen...
Chinese apps ban: India bans 118 more mobile applications, including PUBG
The ministry of electronics and IT on Wednesday, issued orders to b...
Review panel to also study the latest ban on 118 Chinese apps
The committee will soon seek detailed comments from the companies owning these apps over data sharing practices and other issues, in line with the exhaustive questionnaire that was sent to the previous set of companies.
PUBG along with 117 Chinese apps banned: What have been the key concerns
The ministry of electronics and IT on Wednesday, issued orders to ban 118 more Chinese apps after banning 59 apps in the first round. The ne...
ByteDance in talks with US to avoid selling TikTok: Report
TikTok -- which has been downloaded 175 million times in the US and more than a billion times around the world -- has filed a lawsuit challenging the crackdown by the US government. The suit contends that Trump's order was a misuse of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act because the platform is not "an unusual and extraordinary threat."
India won't ease ban on TikTok post Oracle deal in the US, say officials
On Monday, global media reports said Oracle had emerged the winner for TikTok’s US operations, with the company likely to be named TikTok’s ‘trusted tech partner’. The deal is unlikely to be structured as an outright sale, the reports said.
China's Tencent rebrands WeChat work app ahead of Trump ban
Tencent, registered the WeCom trademark on Aug. 19, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Several 'dodgy' dating and friendship Chinese apps among those banned by the government
Most of these apps have garnered millions of downloads on Google Play Store in India and make a tidy sum through in-app purchases.
India's ban on Chinese Apps not beneficial to anyone, says China
India on Wednesday banned 118 more mobile apps with Chinese links, including the popular game PUBG, citing data privacy concerns and a threat to national security, taking the total count of Chinese-linked mobile apps banned by New Delhi to 224. India's move came amid fresh border tensions with China in eastern Ladakh.
Clampdown on Chinese investments: Indian startups will miss the know-how, says SoftBank's Rajeev Misra
Citing the example of its China-based investee company Alibaba's investment in Paytm, Rajeev Misra said this was a strategic and not a financial investment where the domestic payments major gained in know-how.
Chinese tech giant Tencent's WeChat app sees downloads surge before U.S. ban
The U.S. Department of Commerce issued an order requiring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to remove WeChat for downloads on national security grounds, but a U.S. judge blocked the move on Sunday. The U.S. Commerce Department said on Monday it will challenge the order.
Is Modi govt playing the China game right? An ET Online Survey captures India's reaction
In the poll, as many as 38.8% of the participants think it is possible to sever all business links with China. Almost 22% categorically say it is not possible because interlinkages are too deep. 20.5% respondents think that although it could be possible, it will hurt India. 18.8% believe that such a scenario is unthinkable in the foreseeable future.
What is happening with TikTok and WeChat as Donald Trump tries to ban them?
The Commerce Department announced Friday that beginning Sunday, it will prohibit downloads of WeChat and TikTok in U.S. app stores and ban transactions made through WeChat. Here's what you need to know.
Snack Video, Zili, Resso and several others escape China apps ban
Snack Video is a Singapore-based app that is seen as a TikTok alternative and whose parent, Kuaishou Technology, is a popular Chinese software company backed by Chinese internet conglomerate Tencent.