TikTok

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TikTok is a video-sharing platform that allows its users to create and share 15-second videos. Its parent company, ByteDance, bought Musical.ly (which was later renamed to TikTok) in 2018, and all of the app’s users were moved to TikTok. Nowadays, TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social networking services. Its users can create videos and edit them using various filters, music, animation, etc.

ByteDance Shuts Down the Development of Its Smartphones

In 2019, ByteDance announced plans to develop its own smartphone. The Chinese company acquired some of Smartisan's patents and employed several of its staff members, but the idea of creating its own smartphone was abandoned.

Hype Simulator: Feel Like the Most-Followed TikTok or Instagram Account

After signing in to the app, you will receive millions of followers and hundreds of comments on Instagram and TikTok.

TikTok's Latest Trend Is a Cheerful Dance About Self-Love

TikTok has given us a lot of dance trends, but the cutest and most cheerful of them is, perhaps, “Space Girl,” which has become especially popular among the LGBTQ+ community.
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TikTok Reached a New Licensing Agreement With Sony Music

TikTok and Sony Music Entertainment have reached a licensing deal. Now users will be able to legally select and enjoy millions of songs of any genre, from classic hits to new releases.
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TikTok Launched an in-App US Election Guide to Fight Misinformation

The guide will provide users with useful resources and materials on media literacy, voting, and candidates in an effort to stop the spread of misinformation during the elections period.
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Judge Halts the Trump Administration's Attempt to Ban TikTok Downloads in the U.S

Judge of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., temporarily granted a preliminary injunction to TikTok in four hours before the ban was to take effect.
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Federal Court Issues a Preliminary Injunction to Block WeChat and TikTok in the United States

TikTok and WeChat blocking decrees should enter into force on September 20, but the judge decided to issue a preliminary injunction to block WeChat in the United States.

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