U.S. authorities, working with a dozen other countries, arrested 24 people on charges related to stealing credit card information via the Internet, The New York Times reported.
The European Union’s second highest court has upheld a billion dollar fine imposed in 2008 against Microsoft for failing to share its product information with competitors, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A federal judge has blocked the U.S. sale of Samsung’s latest Galaxy tablet in response to a patent lawsuit from Apple, Bloomberg reports.
PCWorld reports that Facebook appears to have squashed a new feature launched earlier this week allowing its mobile users to track their nearby Facebook friends after the feature prompted privacy concern.
Wall Street analysts are cautiously optimistic about Facebook’s long-term prospects despite its rocky initial public offering, Reuters reports.
Tech firms such as eBay, Google, and Twitter have joined forces to launch a new “Girls Who Code” initiative to encourage more women to pursue engineering and computer science careers, CNET reports.
Google is planning to offer its own tablet with Taiwanese computer maker Asustek to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire, according to Reuters.