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After TikTok, India considers banning PUBG, AliExpress, and hundreds more

After TikTok, India considers banning PUBG, AliExpress, and hundreds more

Last month, India made the call of banning a total of 59 Chinese-origin apps after the tension between the two bordering nations escalated. As a result, TikTok, which had amassed over 200 million users in the country, was taken down, along with other popular apps like CamScanner, Shareit, and UC Browser. Incoming reports say that the South Asian nation has now banned 47 more apps, while some 275 additional apps, including PUBG and AliExpress, are also being considered for a similar ban.

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Oh, Snap – Chinese Carriers Removing Google From The Android Equation

Oh, Snap – Chinese Carriers Removing Google From The Android Equation

Ars Technica, via TechCrunch, published an article yesterday on the state of Android in China. The good news: Android is set to explode in China – just check out these facts (direct quote from TechCrunch):

- Number of Mobile Internet Users in China (start of 2010): 233 million
- Number of Mobile Internet Users in China (projected for 2014): 957 million
- Population of USA + EU (2010): roughly 800 million

The number of mobile internet users in China today is roughly 80% of the population of the US, and according to TechCrunch, Android is gaining market share fast. That sounds like good news; unfortunately, it’s not – it’s a problem, because China is removing Google from Android.

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