WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Friday formally launched an investigation into China's alleged theft of U.S. intellectual property, a widely expected move following a call from President Donald Trump earlier this week to determine whether a probe was needed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department's email service has been restored after an approximately half-day outage, spokeswoman Heather Nauert said on Friday.
SHANGHAI/LONDON (Reuters) - Cambridge University Press, one of Britain's most respected academic publishers, has blocked online access in China to hundreds of scholarly articles and book reviews on Chinese affairs after coming under pressure from Beijing.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Friday he was elevating the status of the Pentagon's U.S. Cyber Command to help spur development of cyber weapons to deter attacks and punish intruders.
KIEV (Reuters) - The Ukrainian central bank said on Friday it had warned state-owned and private lenders of the appearance of new malware as security services said Ukraine faced cyber attacks like those that knocked out global systems in June.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will strengthen regulations on the accuracy of information provided by online job search websites, the human resources ministry said on Friday.
(Reuters) - A Lithuanian man accused of defrauding Facebook Inc and Google Inc out of more than $100 million pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in U.S. court on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google has expanded its YouTube TV streaming service into 14 new U.S. markets to reach half of American households, with an additional 17 markets to launch in the next few weeks, the company said on Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc is testing a feature in the Facebook News Feed that provides customized links to news on topics of interest to individual users, as the company continues to search for ways to increase the amount of time that people spend using the world's largest social media network.
MUNICH (Reuters) - A German court ruled on Thursday that ad-blocking software by vendor Eyeo was legal, dealing a blow to media groups ProSiebenSat.1, RTL and Sueddeutsche Zeitung, who had sought to ban it.