The future of the popular app is up in the air.
The social media company has reportedly eyed the Chinese-owned app, which has been feeling the heat from the US over national security concerns.
Microsoft, known for enterprise software, may soon gobble up TikTok from its Chinese owner. We try to figure out what happens next.
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Chinese-made apps like TikTok are a "national emergency," one order says.
Two executive orders signed by the president will effectively ban the popular TikTok app, unless a US company takes it over within 45 days.
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The tech giant said in a statement that Apple is "alone" as the only general purpose platform denying access to its service.
In today's top stories, Nintendo announces financials that easily surpass analysts' expectations. Meanwhile, Instagram Reels rolls out to a number of countries to do battle with TikTok.
President Trump said Friday he plans to ban TikTok in the US.
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