News bites: Microsoft launches new digital music service

Microsoft is launching a new music service called Xbox Music that lets consumers listen to a catalog of 30 million songs for free on their Xbox consoles, as well as computers and tablets that have the latest Windows software, according to The New York Times.

French data protection authority CNIL will tell Google on Tuesday to undo the privacy changes it introduced in the European Union this spring, according to the Guardian.

Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE said it will report a loss of up to $279 million in the first nine months of 2012, Reuters says. 

Google's annual business partners meeting kicks off this week as questions remain over the U.S. and EU's antitrust probes into the search giant, The Wall Street Journal reports.