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Greetings CN Super Creators! Greetings, everyone! Creativity is the paragon of human potential and we at CyberNepal believe that creativity is a treasure that needs to be displayed at every possible chance. Holding that thought preciously, we are happy to bring to you : CyberNepal's TikTok Roundup : Creativity in Creation!! This is not a test, but an opportunity for CNers to explore the realms of creativity and be prepared to even surprise oneself, while also earning loads of rewards doing it!! Once again, even sending in a TikTok video and showcasing it on s
Tiktok is currently one of the most hyped application around the whole world. With India imposing ban on the application just few months earlier, the Chinese company was struggling to partner with a US company and enter the territory. This dream of Tiktok to enter and extent its branch around US was taking shape in form of Microsoft being partnered with this Chinese app. However now it seems like Tiktok has stepped back with this decision and chose another partner to venture into US territory. The race to buy the partnership from the Chinese firm Byte Dance was between Microsoft and
Looks like Indian gamers won't have to wait for too long to get that Chicken Dinner again (or chill that VPN). PUBG corp has decided to "not authorize PUBG mobile franchise to Tencent games in India". PUBG mobile developed by Tencent was recently banned by Indian Government for allegedly collecting user data and sending it to foreign servers and causing a compromise on national security. What does this mean? Although Indian government doesn't say this explicitly but like the US government it is worrying that Chinese Government is having too big of a foothold on Indian consumers and their
Amidst heaps of controversies around popular app TikTok and its host country, Instagram has fast-tracked its process of rolling out its new TikTok like feature called Reels. It is understood that Reels is already available on the Instagram app in more than 50 countries. Following India's ban of TikTok and many other Chinese apps, Facebook's Instagram saw an opportunity for its new feature to thrive. Given this situation, it began aggressively pushing out the Reels update in our neighboring country on the 6th of July. This leaves us to wonder: what does it mean to our country's TikTok creators,