Amazon tells employees to delete TikTok, is Quibi a dud?
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Amazon on Friday sent out a message to employees requiring that they delete the social media app Tick Tock any mobile device they use to access their Amazon email.
In the email to workers, which CNET has reviewed Amazon's IT Services Department said the app poses security risks.
Doesn't provide any additional specifics.
It's official Samsung will hold its next unpacked event on August 5, virtually, the company is expected to introduce new models of its Galaxy Note the fold and possibly an upgraded flip.
Rumor say that we may see up to three different models of the next note And potentially a more inexpensive version of the galaxy fold.
All of the new devices are expected to include 5G connectivity.
And finally, the new video streaming service Quibi may not be faring too well.
According to analytics firm Sensor Tower, Quibi has held on to only 8% of customers, whose 90 day free trials ran out this week.
Sensor towers said a maximum of 72,000 people, when installed the app in its first three days of stayed on as paid subscribers.
kwibi representative said the company disputes sensor towers figures, you can stay up to date with the latest, visiting CNET.
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