The US Senate Intelligence Committee chair and top Republican have called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate social media app TikTok and Chinese parent ByteDance due to “repeated misrepresentations” over its handling of US data. The request on Tuesday from Senator Mark Warner, a Democrat, and Republican Marco Rubio followed a Buzzfeed report
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Smartphone manufacturers have faced several challenges in China over the previous year and are searching for alternate supply chain and production methods. Companies like Xiaomi, Samsung and Apple have shifted production to Vietnam to boost production amid ongoing supply chain issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Xiaomi’s plant has reportedly produced its first batch of
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Interested in learning what’s next for the gaming industry? Join gaming executives to discuss emerging parts of the industry this October at GamesBeat Summit Next. Learn more. A new report from Ampere Analysis suggests the global games market might not be as “recession-proof” as it might have seemed. The report predicts the market will see
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Zebronics Drip smartwatch has been launched in India on Tuesday, July 5. The smartwatch comes with Bluetooth calling function and multiple fitness features. The wearable gets with a 1.7-inch display and users can wake up the display by simply raising their wrist and check notifications. The Drip smartwatch features an IP67 water resistant metal body
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Russian lawmakers on Tuesday approved a bill providing for stricter penalties for foreign internet companies that fail to open an office in Russia, including fines. Moscow has long sought to exert greater control over technology firms, and disputes over content and data have intensified since it sent armed forces into Ukraine on February 24. Foreign
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