'Not ready for Oracle-TikTok deal,' Donald Trump questions Chinese tech firm ByteDance's plan to keep majority stake
The US government is currently evaluating a proposal from ByteDance and Oracle designed to resolve the Trump administration's national security concerns about TikTok
About 60 percent of TikTok’s 26.5 million monthly active users in the United States are aged 16 to 24.
TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with special effects and is hugely popular in Southeast Asia.
TikTok learned about the conclusions of Check Point’s research on 20 Nov and said it had fixed all of the vulnerabilities by 15 Dec.
CFIUS has already launched a national security review of TikTok owner ByteDance Technology Co's acquisition of Musical.ly.
In the letter, TikTok said it stores all US user data in the US, with backup redundancy in Singapore.
TikTok's ownership and sudden spike in popularity have raised concerns among US lawmakers.
TikTok VP says that showing paid political ads does not fit into the experience it aims to provide to its users.
Sharechat and TikTok are slugging it out over content exclusivity and sharing.
TikTok is experimenting with a 'Hashtag Challenge Plus' feature designed to get Gen Z to shop on the app
Kroger was the first brand to feature in a sponsored hashtag campaign for generating sales.
The most popular method of scamming users involves duplicating the profiles of social media stars.
The ByteDance smartphone will apparently focus on Smartisan's existing customer base in China.
The news of a smartphone being developed comes in following a deal ByteDance made with device maker Smartisan Technology.
Chinese Tiktok users accounted for 69 percent of in-app revenue last month, up from 30 percent in June 2018.
ByteDance acquired several patents from a Chinese phone manufacturer Smartisan recently
The instant messaging and forum-based social app is available for both Android and iOS