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Apple lawsuits against Qualcomm can proceed, U.S. judge rules

(Reuters) - Apple Inc's 11 foreign lawsuits against Qualcomm Inc can proceed while the company's dispute plays out in the United States, a U.S. federal judge in San Diego ruled Sept. 7.

Two-thirds of American adults get news from social media: survey

(Reuters) - About two-thirds of American adults are getting "at least some of their news on social media" with two-in-ten doing so often, according to a Pew Research Center survey this week.

Yahoo must face litigation by data breach victims: U.S. judge

(Reuters) - A U.S. judge said Yahoo must face nationwide litigation brought on behalf of well over 1 billion users who said their personal information was compromised in three massive data breaches.

TD Ameritrade launches Facebook chatbot

NEW YORK (Reuters) - TD Ameritrade has launched a "chatbot", an automated program that can communicate with the brokerage's customers on Facebook Inc's messaging application, to give them information about markets and their accounts.

Uber hikes Hong Kong fees amid legal troubles

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc on Monday hiked its Hong Kong fees by up to 80 percent after a review of its business there, the embattled ridesharing company said, adding it was not having issues financing its operations in the Asian financial hub.

Vietnam's president calls for tougher internet controls

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's president called on Sunday for tougher controls on the internet in the face of dissidents who are using it to criticize the ruling Communist Party, and to combat threats to cybersecurity.

U.S. formally launches probe of China's intellectual property practices

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.

U.S. State Department email restored after global outage

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.

UK publisher pulls scholarly articles from China website at Beijing's request

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.

Trump lifts Cyber Command status to boost cyber defense

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.

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