Recently, the United States asked Microsoft to buy TikTok, the matter is boiling, as is known, a variety of voices. In an interview with Bloomberg, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said he was not a target audience for TikTok and learned about TikTok from his daughter.
“TikTok has created some competition through innovation, which is good.” Gates says he’s not an expert on this, he’s learned a lot about it from her eldest daughter and why she’s spending time on it, “and they’re doing a good job of that.” “
Asked what he thought of Byte Dance’s forced sale of TikTok’s U.S. business or otherwise being blocked, Gates didn’t answer directly, “I don’t understand what happened last Saturday,” he laughed.
He added that he was no longer a decision-maker at Microsoft, so: “I might give advice at some point, but I’m not at the heart of that decision.” “
Earlier, Microsoft said in a statement via its official blog that it would continue discussions on the acquisition of TikTok in the United States and would complete by September 15, 2020.
According to the latest data, in July 2020, The World Wide App Store and The Overseas Edition of TikTok attracted more than $102million, 8.6 times as much as in July last year, to pped the global mobile app (non-gaming) revenue list.