Last night, TikTok was reported to be considering a way out of selling its US business to an American company.
According to The Wall Street Journal, its Chinese parent company ByteDance has been in talks with the US government to make "possible arrangements" that might see TikTok restructure in order to avoid a "full sale."
Here are other developments.
It builds on the vertically-folding RAZR unveiled last year and offers a 2.7-inch gOLED display on the outside and a 6.2-inch pOLED on the inside.
Under the hood, it packs Snapdragon 765G processor, coupled with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, as well as a 2,800mAh battery.
The price, meanwhile, has been reduced to $1,399.
Another consumer-hitting salvo has been launched in the ongoing Apple-Epic spat.
It has requested users to update their login credentials if they used the Apple-built login system or they'd have to contact the studio to get accounts recovered.
The service shows routes and step-by-step directions on your wrist but only works for locations pre-saved on the watch at the moment.
For new locations, you will have to save the location first using your phone and then start navigating from the watch.
Among other things, Google's Waze announced the plan to lay off 5% of its global workforce, about 30 employees, due to the coronavirus pandemic, while Samsung was reported to be cutting chip component supply to Huawei in light of US sanctions.
In the fight against the virus, trials of Sinovac's COVID-19 vaccine have shown promising results while Serum Institute is moving ahead with Oxford's vaccine trial, saying that it will abide by safety regulations throughout the process.
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