TikTok countersues rival video app Triller in patent defense
San Francisco (AFP) - TikTok and its parent firm ByteDance have fired back in court against a patent lawsuit by rival video-sharing app Triller, in a move aimed at heading off infringement claims.The complaint filed in federal court in California seeks to quash the lawsuit filed in July in a Texas federal court alleging the Chinese-owned app infringed on Triller's software patents.The litigation comes with both apps seeing robust growth. Triller claims some 65 million active users worldwide and is weighing a plan to list its shares publicly. TikTok, which has at least 100 million in the United...
Liam Payne releasing Christmas single this week
Liam Payne is releasing a Christmas single this week.The singer is keen to get fans "in the festive mood" early, so they'll be able to get a copy of his new track 'Naughty List' on Friday 30 October, nearly two months ahead of the big day on 25 December.And those who don't want to wait to hear the track can get a preview on TikTok.On Twitter Liam wish his fans a "Merry Christmas’ and then asked if its too soon. He then revealed he his releasing a new single this friday to get his fans into the festive mood and said as an early present, his supporters can hear part of Naughty List on Tik Tok no...
Sasha Obama Shows Off Her Rapping Skills In Now-Deleted TikTok Of “Said Sum”
Sasha Obama is living her best life. The 19-year-old daughter of Barack Obama took the internet by storm this week when she was seen in a TikTok rapping along to Moneybagg Yo‘s “Said Sum” remix featuring female rap duo City Girls.J.T., one of the members of City Girls, saw the clip on Twitter and quote-retweeted it with heart-eyed cat emoji.The video quickly went viral from there and Twitter users flocked to “stan” Sasha, with tweets like, “Living her best mf life… let all the city girls sayPERIODTTT” and “Sasha Obama would be famous even if her dad wasn’t Barack, we honor her always”Although ...
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US insists on need to ban TikTok
San Francisco (AFP) - US President Donald Trump's administration has insisted on the need to ban TikTok due to national security concerns in a new court filing ahead of a plan to make the video app unavailable on November 12.The filing comes as the court considers the legality of the administration's bid to make the Chinese-owned app unavailable in the United States, where it has 100 million users."The president should not be prevented from regulating national security threats simply because a foreign adversary cloaks its activities within a media company," the filing on Friday at a federal co...