TikTok also repeated its intention to "pursue all remedies available to us in order to ensure that the rule of law is not discarded."
Earlier in 2020, the PS5 head Phil Spencer specifically noted that Microsoft no longer sees Sony as its rival in the upcoming next-generation market.
This was purportedly hinted at by a patent the company filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which was recently published online.
Tim Sweeney, Epic Games CEO, has even taken to social media to publicly criticise the exclusion of "Fortnite" from the Play Store and App Store.
The legislation will initially focus on Facebook and Google -- two of the world's richest and most powerful companies.
Meanwhile, TikTok -- another app with alleged ties to Beijing -- was likewise the subject of another ban order.
It seems the company's legal woes are not over as it is hit with a new class-action lawsuit over Instagram's alleged breach of privacy law.
The news comes from longtime Apple insider Jon Prosser, who has enjoyed an impressive track record when it comes to the accuracy of his reports.
An image of what is supposedly a box containing Xbox Series X controllers has a warning label that reads: "Do not sell or display before November 6, 2020."
PanOptis, which specializes in licensing patents, took Apple to court in February last year.
According to a post on Microsoft's official blog, the Surface Duo is slated to ship on Sept. 10, and will retail for $1,399.
Once the primary phase of the earthquake alert system has been completed, Google plans to switch over detection to supported Android devices.