News bites: Google's blocking of YouTube video raises questions

Google's blocking of the controversial YouTube video that has sparked protests in Libya and Egypt raises questions about the control Web companies have over online expression, The New York Times reports.

Google included support for Do Not Track in its latest test version for Chrome, according to AllThingsD. 

Apple is battling to maintain the iPhone's marketshare in China as Samsung and HTC roll out new devices, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Huawei has expressed concern that new Australian laws to protect communications networks from cyberattacks could block Chinese companies from entering the country's market, the AP says. 

Nintendo's latest Wii console aims to become a home entertainment hub by letting users make TV and video programming lists and record shows through TiVo, Reuters writes.