Starting April 1st, TikTok will raise seller fees from two to six percent, reports The Information, before raising them to eight percent on many items on July 1st while still taking a lower cut of pricier products like electronics.
In some segments, TikTok’s new fees remain lower than Amazon's, which are also dropping as both face competition from cheap outlets like Shein and Temu. The report also cites a source saying the TikTok Shop’s seller subsidies are being cut back after it lost about $500 million last year.
Google apologizes for ‘missing the mark’ after Gemini generated racially diverse Nazis
Google pauses Gemini’s ability to generate AI images of people after diversity errors
Avatar: The Last Airbender is everything that’s disappointing about Netflix’s live-action cartoon shows
Meet the new Google sign-in page
Honda Prologue first drive: a pretty good start