News bites: EU to charge Microsoft for failing to comply with browser order

The European Union's antitrust chief said Microsoft will be charged for failing to comply with a 2009 order to offer customers better access to other Web browsers in its Windows software, Reuters reports.

A hacker group in China is believed to have waged a cyber espionage campaign in the U.S. by using so-called social engineering attacks, The Washington Post reports.

Canada, Australia and other countries have adopted or are considering limits on high-speed trading systems like those in the U.S., according to The New York Times.

The riot that broke out at a Foxconn plant this week raises questions about how sustainable China's manufacturing-focused market is, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Google's head of operations in Brazil was detained after the company refused to remove certain video clips on YouTube, the AP reports. 

New Zealand's prime minister apologized to Kim Dotcom after it was revealed that the country's spy agency had illegally carried out surveillance on the Megaupload founder, according to Reuters.