Music to the administration's ears, no doubt. "I set a date of around September 15, at which point it's going to be out of business in the United States ", he said. Mr Trump then said the app "can't be controlled for security reasons by China" while still operating in the United States, as it would be "too invasive".
Google has dabbled with security devices aside from cameras but hasn't made them stick while it also killed off the Works with Nest platform. Google wants to keep your nest safe: It's investing $450m in the home-security company ADT.
The talks between Microsoft and ByteDance come as geopolitical tensions between China and the United States continue to simmer. "But the U.S. is cracking down on them on trumped-up charges", said Wang, who warned the United States not to "open Pandora's box".
The federal cabinet, the Kashmiri leadership and Pakistan's political leadership has endorsed the government's move, he said. The Srinagar administration on Monday declared a curfew for August 4 and 5 , the first anniversary of removal of Jammu and Kashmir's special status , as it "feared protests and violence".
Makrouhie Yerganian, a retired schoolteacher in her mid-70s who has lived near the port for decades, said it was "like an atomic bomb". The port zone was cordoned off by the security forces, allowing access only to a string of ambulances, fire trucks and people whose relatives were working inside the devastated area, while others were screaming to be let through.
These aren't the only changes to students' college lives. "As we began planning for the upcoming academic year, we were well aware that bringing college students together from across the country and around the world in the midst of a pandemic presented uniquely hard challenges", Pritchett and Carnaroli said.