The UK regulator said it was investigating whether Google and Amazon had done enough to prevent shoppers from fake reviews.
France's antitrust watchdog fined Google $267 million for abusing its market power in the ad business.
Nobelium broke into an email marketing account used by a US aid agency to stage the email phishing campaign, Microsoft said.
Court filings show the US government has removed Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi from its trade ban list, meaning Americans can invest in the firm.
CEO Nobuaki Kurumatani resigned from Toshiba on Wednesday. Chairman Satoshi Tsunakawa, who led the company beforehand, will replace him.
Uber plans to reopen its Mission Bay, Francisco offices on March 29. It said staff would have to wear masks and distance from each other.
Caesar Sengupta helped launch Google Pay in India and was the long-time boss of the company's "Next Billion Users" initiative.
A federal jury in Texas said Apple must pay more than $300 million to Personalized Media Communications LLC (PMC) for infringing on a patent.
The three-year deal gives Facebook access to News Corp publications such as The Australian newspaper and The Daily Telegraph.
Amazon has opened its first UK Amazon Fresh store in London's Ealing borough. It will sell prepared meals, groceries, and Amazon devices.