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China’s TikTok gets its own web version as user growth plateaus, nearing the country’s total mobile user base
Douyin.com contains much of the same functionality as the app, allowing users to search, upload and watch videos and livestreamed content. Sister app TikTok has long had its own website to bring in desktop traffic, which ByteDance hopes can stave off slowing growth at home.
Tens of thousands of pensioners are being targeted by partnerships between authorities, charities and churches to ensure it is not only the rich or digitally connected who are immunised against Covid-19 in Africa’s worst-hit country.
While not much is known about how the multi-device functionality will work across several devices, popular WhatsApp feature leaker WABetaInfo has now revealed additional details about the upcoming feature.
LARUT (Bernama): A female student of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Datuk Haji Hussein who needed to get telecommunication network access to follow a home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) session, suffered serious injuries after being involved in a road crash on Friday (June 18).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The vaccination of all students who will sit for major examinations next year is deemed the best ‘way out’, to enable them to return to school immediately even though the country is still battling a high number of daily Covid-19 cases.
LARUT (Bernama): A student of SMK Datuk Haji Hussein, who needed to get telecommunication network access to follow a home-based teaching and learning (PdPR) session, suffered serious injuries after being involved in a road crash on Friday (June 18).
SINCE the introduction of robo advisers in Malaysia, it has been popular with the Millennials and Generation Z, who grew up in a tech-laden world.
THE renewed privation of Aung San Suu Kyi was reinforced on Monday (June 14) when she went on trial with distinct symptoms of being unwell.
A US journalist detained in Myanmar since May appeared in a special court, his employers said, where he faces charges under a law that criminalises encouraging dissent against the military.