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Genshin Impact has been touted as the biggest ever global launch of a Chinese game. The slogan for Shanghai-based miHoYo, the company behind the game: ‘tech otakus save the world’.
India’s telecom price war is back, and this time the battle is being fought with freebies.
Reality finally set in for Rony Abovitz in May. The augmented reality headset that had been under development for nine years inside his company, Magic Leap Inc, had been a colossal flop.
Apple Inc’s July court triumph over a massive European Union back-tax order is forcing antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager to make a tough choice: Challenge a ruling that faulted the EU investigation or accept judges’ criticisms and re-examine a case started more than six years ago.
ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming has long positioned himself as a global Internet entrepreneur, largely eschewing Chinese government involvement, but US demands to sell his crown jewel TikTok are testing the boundaries with Beijing.
Microsoft Corp teamed up with Walmart Inc in a contest with Oracle Corp to buy the US assets of the popular video-sharing app TikTok from China’s ByteDance Ltd.
TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer has left the Chinese-owned video app firm just three months since joining, and only days since the company sued the administration of US President Donald Trump over an executive order effectively banning it in the United States.
Kevin Mayer has stepped down as CEO of TikTok, just months after taking the job and after recent pressure by US President Donald Trump over the app’s security.
Zee5, the streaming service set up by India’s biggest private television broadcaster, is starting a short-video platform as firms rush to capture space left vacant by the government’s ban on TikTok.
TikTok owner ByteDance to step up legal, PR fight in Trump’s war against Chinese-owned app, sources say
The Chinese owners of TikTok plan to step up opposition to a ban on US operations, as criticism grows at home the firm is kowtowing to American demands. Negotiations with Microsoft and social media giant Twitter for a forced sale are unlikely to succeed, says a source briefed on the matter.