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Walmart Inc’s jump into the bidding for TikTok jolted investors and technology experts alike. What comes next could be even more disruptive.
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.
China's Alibaba Group has put on hold plans to invest in Indian companies, amid souring business relations and rising political tension between the two nations after a clash on their Himalayan border.
Considered key tools in stemming the pandemic, the rollout of Punjab's Corona Virus Alert (COVA) app and the dozens of tracing apps being used by different Indian states has been mired in concerns over privacy issues.
A group of more than 2,000 online sellers has filed an antitrust case against Amazon in India, alleging the US company favours some retailers whose online discounts drive independent vendors out of business, a legal filing seen by Reuters showed.
Physical distancing with 2,000 students for a convocation ceremony? A tech institute in India proves that it's possible through virtual reality.
A prominent rights group in Indian-administered Kashmir issued a report Aug 25 calling India’s communications blackout following the scrapping of the disputed region’s semiautonomy last year “collective punishment” and urged the international community to question New Delhi over what it called “digital apartheid”.
Amazon.com Inc has begun making forays into everything from grocery delivery and insurance to drugs in India, setting up a monumental clash with Mukesh Ambani’s hard-charging Jio Platforms.
A top Facebook executive in India has filed a police complaint in New Delhi saying she is receiving death threats after a media report said she and the US social network company allegedly favoured Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party.
Bigo Technology, a smaller rival of embattled Chinese appmaker ByteDance, is shifting servers from Hong Kong to Singapore, out of the reach of a new national security law at a time when it is seeking to emphasise independence from its Chinese parent.