News bites: EU reaches settlement with Google on searches

The European Commission has accepted Google's proposed changes to its search results, The New York Times reports.

Rivals of Google say the search company's proposed settlement to close the European Union's antitrust probe is a non-starter, according to Bloomberg.

Secretary of State John Kerry announced this weekend that the United States and China will set up a working group on cybersecurity, Reuters writes.

Intel is trying to evolve its business after PC sales have slowed over the years, according to The New York Times.

In a reverse from previous years, Silicon Valley venture capitalists have abandoned making investments in China, The San Jose Mercury News reports.